Cleo Smith little child missing at blow holes shacks carnarvon campsite

Cleo Smith, 4, was last seen on Saturday in her family's tent at a campground north of Carnarvon.

Cleo Smith, 4, was last seen on Saturday in her family's tent at a campground north of Carnarvon.

Cleo Smith, 4, has been reported missing from her family’s tent at a camping north of Carnarvon.

Emergency services are continuing their search for a four-year-old girl who has been missing since yesterday from a campsite in Western Australia’s north-west.

Cleo Smith was last seen in her family’s tent at the Blowholes Shacks campsite in Macleod at 1:30 a.m. on Saturday.

The campsite is located near the Point Quobba blowholes, approximately 75 kilometers north of Carnarvon by road and approximately 875 kilometers north of Perth.

Yesterday, an air, land, and sea search was initiated, with police and community members joining state emergency crews from Carnarvon, Shark Bay, Kalbarri, and Geraldton.

Cleo’s family was camped near the Point Quobba blowholes.

Cleo was last seen wearing a one-piece pink and purple sleepsuit with a blue-and-yellow design.

Police said in a statement that her family discovered she was gone when they awoke at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday.

Later today, police are scheduled to deliver an update on the search.

Anyone with information is requested to immediately contact police on 131 444.

The hunt for Cleo is being coordinated by police near the Blowholes campsite.
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