Those who provided information about the disappearance of a 4-year-old girl last weekend were offered $ 1 million this Thursday (21). .
Little Cleo Smith went missing early Saturday morning from a family tent on a remote Western Australia campus in a coastal resort.
After six days of failed searches by land, sea and air, police acknowledged that people needed help “urgently”.
“One person in our community knows what happened to Cleo. Another has information that can help,” said Col. Blanche, deputy commissioner of the West Australian State Police.
“There are now a million reasons why you should go ahead,” he told the insider.
Detective Rod Wild said the investigation led to the belief that “the girl was taken out of the tent.”
“We hope to find Cleo alive, but we’m very worried about her safety.”
Cleo Smith’s disappearance has attracted national attention, with many Australians expressing solidarity with the family.
Her mother, Ellie, said she saw the tent open at 6am. His eldest daughter was not there.
In an interview with a local media outlet on Wednesday (20), she called on Australians to help “bring the little girl back home.”
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