Cleo Smith’s family releases statement thanking police, community
The family of four-year-old Cleo Smith have released a statement thanking the community, police and everyone involved in her search and rescue.
Cleo was found by detectives on Wednesday, 18 days after she disappeared from the Blowholes campsite in Macleod.
Her mum Ellie Smith and stepfather, Jake Gliddon, released a statement asking for privacy.
“We are humbled by the love and support that we have received from not only our local community but the whole of Western Australia and across the country.
“We are so thankful that our little girl is back within our arms and our family is whole again.
“As we try to get on with our lives, we ask that you respect our privacy.”
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— Perth LIVE with Oliver Peterson (@PerthLive6PR) November 5, 2021