New photos of Cleo revealed in mum's heartfelt TikTok tribute

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Cleo Smith's mother has shared a touching video to TikTok, where she was inundated with kind comments.

Four-year-old Cleo Smith has been missing since October 16 and detectives now believe she was abducted from the Blowholes campsite.

Cleo disappeared from her family's tent at the remote campsite and it has been confirmed the zipper on the tent was found open to a height Cleo could not have reached, seemingly ruling out the possibility she wandered off on her own. 

Her red and black sleeping bag is also missing.

Four-year-old Cleo Smith remains missing. Source: TikTok/elliesmith2223
Four-year-old Cleo Smith remains missing. Source: TikTok/elliesmith2223

Ellie Smith, Cleo's mother, has recently joined TikTok and shared new photos of her daughter for her first video.

"Bring my baby home," the mother-of-two said in the caption.

The TikTok clip included pictures of Cleo and her family, along with videos of her dancing and the missing child posters.

People embraced Ms Smith on the app, many saying they were thinking of her and her family and hoping Cleo is returned soon.

"I've cried tears every day for you and your family. I hope Cleo is brought home to you soon," one person commented on the video.

"I haven't stopped thinking about your little family since Cleo went missing. My heart breaks for you all so much. Come home gorgeous little girl," someone else said.

Ms Smith thanked everyone for their "kind comments".

"Please share her face everywhere you can," she said.

Family's home searched again

Cleo's family home in Carnarvon has been searched again by forensic officers and detectives, Perth Now reported.

Jake Gliddon reportedly let the officers into the home on Tuesday and after "several minutes", law enforcement and Mr Gliddon left in separate cars.

Forensic officers then returned to the home and went into the property.

Several days ago, police confirmed a voice heard on CCTV footage from a beach shack just metres away from the campsite belonged to Cleo.

Cleo Smith, 4, was last seen at a campground in Western Australia, in a shared tent with her family. Source: WA Police
Cleo Smith, 4, was last seen at a campground in Western Australia, in a shared tent with her family. Source: WA Police

According to the West Australian newspaper, the motion-sensitive camera faces the beach shack which is about 20 metres away from where Cleo and her family were staying.

Police reportedly confirmed Cleo's voice is heard on the footage they obtained from the camera.

The audio confirms the four-year-old was at the campground before she disappeared, ruling out suspicions she was never there in the first place.

The WA government has issued a $1 million reward for information leading to Cleo's location.

With AAP

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