A Queensland family who was camping less than 100m from the site where it’s believed little Cleo Smith may have been abducted has spoken out about the “terrifying” events.
It has been more than two weeks since the four-year-old disappeared from her family’s tent at the vast Blowholes campsite on Western Australia’s northwest coast.
Investigators believe she was abducted in the early hours of October 16, having last been seen around 1.30am, but are yet to identify any suspects.
More than 100 people who were at the Blowholes on the night Cleo disappeared have been interviewed, with police confident they have accounted for the majority of those who may have been present at the campsite.
Over the weekend, Rob and Kira Prince – who document their travels across Australia with their five children online under, Our Aussie Adventure – revealed their family had been staying at Quobba Point and Quobba Blowholes around the time of Cleo’s disappearance.