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Missing four-year-old Australian girl found after two-week search

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Well at least some of today's news is good. Good work by the Australian police.

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Great news.

How did a four year old manage to take care of herself for two weeks?

Apparently she was kidnapped.

Good work by the police.

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Bright news for an anguished family. Wishing the little girl and her family all the best! Well done, Australian police!

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Thank God. Her parents must be so happy. Incredible work by Aussie police.

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Fantastic result for the family. Now to deal with the perpetrator- can foresee the usual defence- "mental health issues, childhood abuse, disfunctional family life etc.

May he have a period of reflection in a tiny cell.

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Such wonderful news. Anyone of is who are parents will have had a moment when you can't find your child, even for a moment, and begun to panic. I can't even think about what her parents went through and their relief at the end.

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Excellent news.

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Just sometimes the very unlikely overturns they statistics and becomes true!

Well done to all concerned. So glad she is safe.

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Edit: the statistics. Bill Gates, grrrr…

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P. Smith

Awesome news.

How did a four year old manage to take care of herself for two weeks?

Maybe this sentence offer you a clue? "Police detained a man from Carnarvon for questioning, Blanch said."

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Fantastic news

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Excellent news, and immeasurable relief for her family. Well done, police.

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This is the best news!!! And for those people who have been savagely vilifying the family on social media for the last 18 days? Wow, just wow!!!!

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Absolutely fantastic news, good work all round for everyone involved.

Bit perplexed about some of the downvotes people (posting positively) are getting?? Why??

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Best news story of the day!

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Amazing news. Well done the WA police.

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Such wonderful news. Anyone of is who are parents will have had a moment when you can't find your child, even for a moment, and begun to panic. I can't even think about what her parents went through and their relief at the end.

Roger that!

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Great news but the WA Police are not telling the truth about a tip off from the next-door neighbour that lead them to find Cleo This person notice unusual behaviour from his neighbour since Cleo went missing. The person told a reporter that his neighbour who is a very quite man would alway go to bed early just after dark. But since Cleo went missing this neighbour lights have been on until early in the morning plus a lot of coming and going during the night when usually he be sleeping. The neighbour reported this to the police and a few hours latter the police turn up at the house and broke in a rescue Cleo. Yet the police have not charge the man because they are stating they are still collecting evidence. Very strange ??? If they had enough evidence to lead them to Cheo without being tip off that would mean have to be enough to charge the man. Why claim hard police grind lead them to the house and no one give them any tip off. Because of a reward of 1 million dollars. This will all come out in the end.

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More info about the tip off which lead to Cleo rescue. The neighbour who was concern of the recent turn of behaviour of his neighbour. Usual a very quiet man with a regular routine. But after Cleo went missing this neighbour total change from doing his shopping on a saturday morning to going out at night to do his shopping. On the last time this man went shopping he returned with his shopping plus a pack of disposable nappies but he is single and have on children. So the neighbour contacted the police straight away when notice the pack of nappies and 2 hours police broke in and found Cleo. The reason why the police have not yet charge this 36 old man is because they a collecting evidence from his phone so they can claim that tracking the calling receive in the area was the glue that lead them to 36 old man house. The person who report the neighbour unusual behaviour and the buy of nappies to the police is a person police known as a criminal drug dealer and have a hatred for this person who tip them off. The police simply don't won't this criminal to get the million dollar reward.

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