Police in Western Australia are searching for a “passenger vehicle” in the disappearance of Cleo Smith, as authorities rule out the missing four-year-old was being stalked.
Cleo was last seen at 1.30am on Saturday October 16 in a tent she was sleeping in with her parents at the Blowholes campsite in Macleod, north of Carnarvon.
WA Police Detective Superintendent Rod Wilde today issued a public appeal urging anyone who saw a vehicle driving south towards Carnarvon between 3 am to 3.30 am on October 16 to contact police.
Superintendent Wilde described the vehicle as “a smaller vehicle, probably a passenger vehicle”.
He said the vehicle turned out of Blowholes Road and turned south towards Carnarvon in the Glascoyne region.
“What we’re hoping for is the persons that were in that vehicle to come forward and make themselves known,” Superintendent Wilde said.