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Search by Cleo Smith: President Kerner Bonshire vows that “we will take care of ourselves”

Shire President Eddie Smith said Carnerbon will help Cleo Smith’s mother Erie and her partner Jake declare “we will take care of them.”

“We are a stoic land,” Smith said of Carnerbon. “We take care of ourselves. Carnerbon is like that.”

When Western Australia prayed that four-year-old Cleo was found to be alive, Mr Smith said Carnerbon was doing everything he could to help his sad family.

“In a very sad situation, the community is doing its best,” he said.

“I have a lot of anxiety and am wondering what the outcome will be. (But) I would like to plead with the entire community to remain positive.

“You can’t give up hope. It’s important to be as positive as possible. Everyone is doing their best.”

Camera iconShire, President of Carnerbon, Eddie Smith. credit: Carry dupe/Countryman

Smith said he didn’t know his family, but remembered Cleo’s mother, Erie, as a “radiant smile.”

He got to know her a little through her work at Bankwest.

“She (Erie) always had a radiant smile,” he said.

“Every time I entered (the bank), you were greeted with a smile.”

Missing girl Cleo Smith, 4.
Camera iconMissing girl Cleo Smith, 4. credit: Facebook / Ellie Smith/Facebook / Ellie Smith

Smith said Candlelight Vigil was important not only to Erie and her partner Jake Glidon, but also to the Carnerbon community.

“There was a candlelight vigil. There is another one (Sunday) night in one of our churches. That’s where they can go to gather their thoughts.”

Western Australia Prime Minister Mark Magawan said last night that Cleo’s disappearance “resonated with all of us.”

He said the government and police would throw everything into resolution of the case.

Search by Cleo Smith: President Kerner Bonshire vows that “we will take care of ourselves”

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