A dad and his three young daughters have been located after being reported as missing while camping in poor weather outside of Perth on Saturday.
“Mr Bolton and his children have been located safe and well,” a spokesman for WA Police said.
“It appears he experienced vehicle problems and mobile phone communication in the area is limited,” the spokesman said.
WA Police were concerned about the welfare of 32-year-old father Jonathon David Bolton and his three young daughters, Olivia, 5, Layla, 3, and Zara, aged 1, after they went camping in inclement weather on Saturday.
Mr Bolton and his children were last seen leaving their home address in Gosnells, a south eastern suburb of Perth, at about 1.00pm on Saturday August 4.
The last contact from the group, was at 3.00pm on Saturday, when Mr Bolton texted his wife a photograph of the children sitting around a camp fire making damper bread, a WA Police spokesman told Yahoo7.
The announcement came as WA was lashed by wild weather, with strong wind gusts and torrential rain.
Brookton Highway runs through multiple WA state forests and parks, including Midgegooroo National Park, Helena National Park and the Jarrahdale State Forest.