New details have emerged in the case of a four-year-old girl abducted from a tent

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The voice of a four-year-old girl abducted in Australia was recorded by a video surveillance camera located in the tent camp. The Sun writes about new details of the case.

Western Australian police have received copies of video footage from a surveillance camera of a beach hut located 20 meters from the place where the family of abducted four-year-old Cleo Smith stopped. It turned out that the day before the disappearance, the child’s voice was recorded – this allowed law enforcement to confirm that Smith was indeed in the camp.

In addition, there was information that on the day of the girl’s disappearance, a car was spotted that turned south from Blowhalls Road between 3:00 and 3:30 am. Detectives called on the driver of the vehicle to contact the police, emphasizing that this person is not suspected of kidnapping.

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Among other things, the investigation ruled out the version that Smith’s abduction was planned. Police say they found no signs that the girl had been harassed or watched for several days.

Earlier in October, it was reported that four-year-old Cleo Smith had disappeared from the Blowholes campsite, an isolated location 30 minutes from the Northwest Coast Highway, during a family vacation on the night of October 16. The last time the girl was seen sleeping in a tent was at 1:30 a.m. – but when her parents woke up at 6 am, the child had already disappeared.


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