POLICE investigating the disappearance of Cleo Smith want to speak to the driver of a car seen in the area on the morning of her disappearance.
The vehicle was seen turning south off Blowholes Road between 3am and 3.30am at the Blowholes campsite, a remote location north of Carnarvon.
Detective Superintendent Rod Wilde said the reported sighting of the car was a “very recent development” in the investigation.
He said: “We want the person or persons who were in that vehicle to come forward and contact police. We want to know who they were and what they were doing.”
Meanwhile, police investigating the possibility someone had been scoping the house in the days and weeks prior to Cleo’s disappearance said there was no evidence the family was being stalked.
Detective Superintendent Wilde said a search for fingerprints and other evidence on the outside of the home was “part of standard investigations of this nature”.
“There’s no evidence, there’s no information that Cleo was stalked at all,” he added.
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