Police have urged anyone who stayed or passed through the Blowholes campsite from Friday to come forward, particularly if they have dashcam footage of the area.
The search for Cleo Smith, 4, has entered its third day.
She was last seen about 1.30am on Saturday at the Blowholes campsite on the coast at Macleod, about 75km north of Carnarvon. When her family woke up a few hours later at 6am she was gone.
“We’re really interested in anybody that was at the Blowholes campsite from Friday, October 15 through to Sunday,” WA Police Mid-West Gascoyne Inspector Jon Munday said on Monday afternoon.
“You don’t even have had stayed here, anyone that passed through, we really need to hear from you, we need to speak to you and if anyone has any dashcam footage or any footage of the area.”
Cleo was wearing this pink one-piece sleepsuit with a blue and yellow pattern:
Insp Munday also confirmed the marine search for Cleo had been scaled back.
“We are comfortable they’ve done the best they can.”
Insp Munday was not at liberty to discuss any further details, including a sleeping bag which had been reported missing from the tent Cleo Smith was staying in with her family.
Police have not ruled out a possible abduction.
“Police are not ruling anything in or out. Police are conducting an extensive search of the area,” Commissioner Chris Dawson said earlier on Monday.
Meanwhile, the weather conditions in the area are expected to change.
“We are expecting rain here tomorrow,” Insp Munday said, adding that he had some people looking into how that will affect both ground and air operations.
Anyone with any information is urged to call police on 131 444