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Search for Cleo Smith: Bounty hunter lures into Carnerbon for $ 1 million in rewards

Bounty hunters are reportedly seduced by Carnerbon in the hope of cashing out the lucrative prizes provided to provide information that leads to Cleo Smith’s whereabouts.

The state government provided a $ 1 million bounty on Thursday for information that led authorities to find a 4-year-old girl.

7NEWS reported on Monday night that some bounty hunters had already arrived in Carnerbon and began to participate in the search.

Deputy Police Secretary Col Blanche said he welcomed those who participated in Cleo’s extensive search when asked about those who were motivated by financial interests.

“Anyone who can help find Cleo is welcome,” he said.

“I ask people not to endanger or endanger themselves in doing so, but certainly we are everyone, including real estate owners and abandoned huts there. I’m looking for. ”

Camera iconMissing girl Cleo Smith, 4. credit: Instagram/Instagram

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It is understood that some bounty hunters were exploring areas outside Carnerbon on Monday hoping to find clues that could help lead police to Cleo.

Bounty hunters join the army of volunteers and locals looking for Cleo in the Carnervon region, from abandoned buildings to popular tourist destinations.

It’s been 11 days since she disappeared from her family tent.

A powerful police task force of 100 people has been dedicated to resolving Cleo’s disappearance, which is believed to be an opportunistic kidnapping.

Detectives wanted to collect CCTV visions from the area on Monday to identify a mysterious sedan found off the Kerner Bombrow Hall campsite shortly after Cleo was last seen by his parents.

A hut with a CCTV image of Cleo Smith's tent and the tent and its surrounding area in the background.
Camera iconA hut with a CCTV image of Cleo Smith’s tent and the tent and its surrounding area in the background. credit: Jackson Frindell/Western Australian

Witnesses reported seeing a car turning south on Blow Holes Road to Carnerbon between 3 am and 3:30 am on Saturday, October 16.

Cleo disappeared from his family’s tent between 1:30 am and 6 am that morning.

Her mother, Ellie Smith, begged Cleo’s kidnapper to bring her home on Monday night.

“Take our girl home safely — return her to us,” she said at seven flash points.

Search for Cleo Smith: Bounty hunter lures into Carnerbon for $ 1 million in rewards

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