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Missing WA girl Cleo Smith found alive and well

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Cleo Smith has been found after she went missing from a WA campsite more than two weeks ago.

The four-year-old was last seen in the early hours of Saturday morning on October 16 in her family’s tent at the Blow Holes campsite north of Carnarvon.

Police found the girl in a room of a locked house in Carnarvon and she has been reunited with her parents.

A man has been taken into custody.

Press PLAY below to hear Ben Fordham break the news

West Australian police have shared an image of little Cleo happy and smiling in her hospital bed, with an icy pole in hand.

6PR Breakfast host Gareth Parker told Ben Fordham “people are just so relieved”.

“I’ve got to say, it sounds like it was an abduction/kidnap situation.”

Press PLAY below to hear the full details

Carnarvon Shire President Eddie Smith told Ben there’s an overwhelming feeling of elation.

“Utterly proud of our community and the way they’ve managed this.”

Press PLAY below to hear the full interview

Leading criminal psychologist Tim Watson-Munro told Jim Wilson the alleged offender is likely someone with no remorse and no empathy, “which is the hallmark of a psychopath”.

“I’ve examined a lot of people like him.

“He’s very bad, he’s not mad – he’s capable of planning a crime.

“With crazy people, they’re very disorganised, they wouldn’t be able to do it.”

Press PLAY below to hear Mr Watson-Munro’s behavioural analysis

Ben Fordham & Jim Wilson
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