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Search continues for four-year-old girl missing from WA campsite

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An agonising search continues in Western Australia's north for a four-year old girl who vanished from her family's campsite.

Police are urgently searching for Cleo Smith, who was last seen at 1.30am Saturday at the Blowholes campsite in Macleod, north of Carnarvon.

The girl was last seen wearing a pink/purple one-piece sleepsuit with a blue and yellow pattern.

Police are urgently searching for Cleo Smith, who was last seen at 1.30am at the Blowholes campsite in Macleod, north of Carnarvon.Police are urgently searching for Cleo Smith, who was last seen at 1.30am Saturday at the Blowholes campsite in Macleod, north of Carnarvon. (9News)
Cleo SmithThe girl (left) was last seen wearing a pink/purple one-piece sleepsuit with a blue and yellow pattern (9News)

Carnarvon Shire president Eddie Smith said it was "a terrible feeling" but he implored "everyone to remain positive".

Cleo's Mum, Ellie, says the little girl was in their shared tent at 1.30 this morning.

When the family woke at 6.30am she was gone, with reports her sleeping bag was also nowhere to be found.

Cleo SmithCleo's Mum, Ellie, says the little girl was in their shared tent at 1.30 this morning but when the family woke at 6.30am she was gone (9News)
Blowholes campsite in Macleod, north of CarnarvonWA Police are involved, the SES is involved, a large number of the community are involved in the search (9News)

Mr Smith said there is a multi-agency search underway.

"WA Police are involved, the SES is involved, a large number of the community are involved," he said.

The family, who are from Carnarvon, are familiar with the area, often going there to camp.

"WA Police are involved, the SES is involved, a large number of the community are involved," Mr Smith said.Carnarvon Shire president Eddie Smith said it was "a terrible feeling" but he implored "everyone to remain positive" (9News)

"The community's deeply concerned, everyone's trying to jump on board and do what they can to help - and we're all praying for a positive outcome," Mr Smith said.

Anyone with information is asked to call police immediately on 131 444. Callers are asked to provide the reference number CAD 781784.

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