As the search for missing four-year-old Cleo Smith enters its third week, WA Police say they’re leaving “no stone unturned”.
Investigators have scoured through more than 50 cubic metres of rubbish in their desperate search to find any clues of Cleo’s whereabouts.
Cleo was camping with her family on October 16 at the Blowholes campsite on WA’s northwest coast, when she was reported missing.
Detectives believe Cleo may have been abducted in the early hours of the day, having last been seen around 1.30am.
Police have collected rubbish from roadside bins as far north as Minilya to as far south as Geraldton. The rubbish was packed into two trucks and transported to Perth as part of the investigation.
Four forensics officers and 20 police officers spent two days sorting through hundreds of the bags, according to WA police.