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Family camped next to Cleo Smith’s family break silence as cops doorknock homes near her hometown [Video]

A family-of-seven who were camping less than 100 metres from where missing youngster Cleo Smith vanished without a trace have broken their silence about their ‘scarred’ and heartbreaking stay at the site.

It has been 16 days since the four-year-old disappeared from her family’s tent at the Blowholes campsite, near Carnarvon in Western Australia in the early hours of October 16.

Detectives attached to the mammoth police operation dedicated to Cleo’s disappearance spent Sunday door-knocking homes five kilometres from the youngster’s hometown of Carnarvon as the search enters its third week.

Queensland couple Rob and Kira Prince were camping at the Blowholes at the time and have described their stay which they’ll never forget ‘for all the wrong reasons.’ 

The couple are travelling around the country in a campervan with their five children, which they’re documenting on the Our Aussie Adventure Facebook page.

The family uploaded photos of their time at Quobba Blow Holes and shared a police flyer regarding …

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