A vigil held for Charlise Mutten at Tweed Heads | 7NEWS

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She was a little girl, whose big heart left a mark on everyone who knew her.

A shattered school community has come together in grief to remember and mourn Charlise Mutten.

And tonight a new development – her mother is expecting a child – with the 9-year-old’s alleged killer.

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In This Story: Charlise Mutten

Nine-year-old girl Charlise Mutten, of Tweed Heads, New South Wales, Australia was found dead after going missing while holidaying with family in the Blue Mountains, in January 2022.

Following her disappearance, and extensive searches, a man was charged with her murder on 19 January, after her body was discovered in a barrel.

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