A key clue within the alleged abduction of West Australian lady Cleo Smith stays missing as police continue to examine the case.
The four-year-old was discovered alive and properly in Carnarvon final week, 18 days after going missing from her household’s tent on the Blowholes campsite on October 16.
At the time of her disappearance, police introduced her pink and gray sleeping bag was additionally missing.
Sources shut to the investigation have confirmed the bag is but to be discovered, The West stories.
During the seek for her, police launched a picture of the same sleeping bag, urging folks within the space to preserve an eye fixed out for it.
Despite officers sifting by means of garbage and looking each inch of accused abductor Terence Darrell Kelly’s home, the sleeping bag stays missing.
Earlier this week, detectives scoured a automotive parked within the driveway of Kelly’s home, the place Cleo was allegedly held for the 18 days.
Forensic officers wore protecting fits, masks and booties so as not to contaminate the scene.
Since Cleo was discovered on November 3, officers have been on the home eradicating luggage of proof together with a cell phone, Bratz doll, pencils, and crayons.
They’re anticipated to stay on the property till not less than the tip of this week.
Kelly has been charged with Cleo’s kidnapping and was transferred from Carnarvon to Casuarina Prison in Perth final week.
He is due again in courtroom subsequent month.
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