‘My name is Cleo’: Missing girl found in Australia two weeks after disappearing

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “‘My name is Cleo’: Missing girl found in Australia two weeks after disappearing” – below is their description.

In a case that has gripped Australia, a four-year-old girl who went missing from a campsite more than two weeks ago has been found alive.

Cleo Smith was camping with her family in Western Australia when she disappeared from her parent’s tent.

She was found by police in a house in the town of Carnarvon, not far from the campsite.

A 36-year-old local man has been arrested.

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