Cleo Smith: Police say there are still no suspects
The detective in charge of the taskforce investigating the disappearance of Cleo Smith, Superintendent Ron Wilde, says there are yet to identify a suspect.
He also defended the police response on the morning of the disappearance.
It’s now been 14 days since four-year-old girl Cleo Smith disappeared from her family’s tent on the Blow Holes campsite north of Carnarvon.
Nine News reporter Josh Dawe said there were no major updates at the detectives press conference on Friday.
“The man in charge of the taskforce has really used this chance to detail the way police handled the investigation since the start,” he said.
“There’s been a bit of speculation, a bit of media commentary that perhaps that police didn’t do a great job on the morning that Cleo went missing on October 16.
“So Ron Wilde has come out and cleared things up.”
Press PLAY to hear more below