Police in Australia have expressed concern for the welfare of a missing four-year old girl, who vanished from a coastal site four days ago.

Cleo Smith was last seen on Friday sleeping in the tent of her family at Quobba Blowholes, Western Australia.

According to police, she went missing when her mother woke the next day. She also lost her sleeping bag.

The extensive search for air and water resources is ongoing.

On Monday, police issued an appeal to anyone with information or who was visiting the site to contact them. This increased national interest in the matter.

Western Australia Police posted photos of the little girl as well as pictures of her sleeping suit and bag.

Cleo Smith is four years old.

Cleo last saw her at 1:30am on Saturday, 16 October 2021 in a tent by the…

Posted by Western Australia Police Force on Monday, October 18, 2021

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Although authorities haven’t revealed any details about what happened to the girl they have stated that they would “leave nothing unturned”.

Australian media reports that Cleo and her family traveled to the remote location, approximately 900km (560 mi) north of Perth on Saturday for a camping vacation.

Quobba Blowhole is located in Macleod. This site can be found on the state’s Coral Coast. It’s well-known for its stunning ocean views and sea caves as well as lagoons.

Police officers were seen searching the scrubby forest and deserted beaches for any signs of Cleo on Tuesday. Searches were also conducted by private helicopter services.

According to police, they were focusing their search on one row of houses near the coast.

Local media reported that they had reduced their efforts to find the water by Monday night.

Later Tuesday, authorities were expected to provide an update on the investigation.

Source: BBC.com

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