Cleo was holidaying with her family at the Blowholes campsite in Macleod, north of Carnarvon, Western Australia, when she disappeared during the early hours of Saturday October 16.
The family last saw the little girl in the tent at about 1:30am when she asked for some water but when they woke up at 6am, Cleo was nowhere to be seen.
WA Police believe Cleo was abducted, with the state government offering a $1 million reward for information resulting in finding her, or leading to the arrest of the person or people involved in her suspicious disappearance.
Western Australia Police have received reports of more than 200 possible sightings of missing four-year-old Cleo
Detective Superintendent Rod Wilde, who is leading the search for Cleo with the 100-person-strong Taskforce Rodia, revealed the 200 figure as he visited the Blowholes campsite for the first time on Thursday.
“Unfortunately, all of those have proved unfruitful,” he said.
“That’s been national as well, other policing jurisdictions have helped us and followed those leads through for us, so we’re very grateful for that.”
Investigators are yet to identify suspects in their investigation, with Superintendent Wilde reiterating Cleo’s parents are not suspects.
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“We do however believe there are still other campers that were staying in that Blowholes vicinity who we have not yet identified,” Superintendent Wilde said.
WA Police earlier issued an appeal for the occupants of a vehicle spotted leaving the Blowholes campsite at around 3:30am on the day Cleo disappeared.
Superintendent Wilde said detectives are yet to find who was behind the wheel.
Investigators are also asking for dashcam, CCTV or any other footage within a 1000km radius of the Blowholes campsite, but only as far south as Lancelin.
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They are requesting vision recorded between 6pm on Friday October 15 and 6pm on Sunday October 17.
Detectives are particularly interested in footage of the following areas:
Motel check in and communal areas
Service stations
Fast food outlets and bakeries
Truck stops and free camping areas
Children’s clothing stores
Pharmacies and cosmetic stores
Camping stores

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