‘The tip of the iceberg’: Police comb through evidence in Cleo Smith investigation
Detectives will try to piece together what happened in the 18 days after Cleo Smith vanished from a WA campsite.
The four-year-old was yesterday found by police in a Carnarvon home after being abduced while camping at the Blowholes with her parents.
A 36-year-old man, who has no connection to Cleo’s family, is in custody and assisting police with their inquiries.
No charges have been laid.
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Nine News reporter Mia Egerton-Warburton told Neil Breen police have been at the home Cleo was found since 1am yesterday.
“Yesterday, they also took out a lot of evidence, including a carpet and that was actually flown back to Perth.
“Police say this is just the tip of the iceberg, though.
“There’s still a number of weeks of investigating, of going through that evidence that still needs to take place.”
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