The campsite where 4-year-old Cleo disappeared last week has reopened, a report said.
Cleo was sleeping in a tent with her parents at the Blowholes Campground in Macleod, close to Carnarvon in Australia. At about 6 a.m. on Saturday, she was reported missing.
After an entire week of searching the rough terrain for the girl, the police concluded she might have been abducted from the camp.
The zipper of the tent had been opened much higher than Cleo might have been able to reach. Her sleeping bag was also gone.
Although the hunt for the campsite has ended, residents and holidaymakers are being urged to stay vigilant.
Detectives have also disclosed that they have witnesses still at the crime scene who are yet to come forward.
Police believe there may be individuals who were staying at the campsite but aren’t identifying themselves.
They are asking the mysterious campers to get in touch.
“This is an urgent announcement from WA Police Force. Police need your help to find Cleo Smith,” the announcement said.
“In the early hours of Saturday the 16th of October, little Cleo vanished from her tent at the Blowholes, near Carnarvon.
“Now the state government is offering a $1 million reward. Can you help find her?”
“The four-year-old was wearing a pink onesie. She was wrapped in a sleeping bag. Now she‘s gone.
Anyone with information is urged to call the police at 131 444.