Search underway for missing four-year-old girl from WA campsite

A search is underway for a missing four-year-old girl who went missing from a Western Australian campsite early this morning.

Search underway for missing four-year-old girl from WA campsite

A search is underway for a four-year-old girl who went missing from a Western Australian campsite early this morning.

Police are urgently searching for Cleo Smith, who was last seen at 1.30am at the Blowholes campsite in Macleod.

The girl was last seen wearing a pink/purple one-piece sleepsuit with a blue and yellow pattern.

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Anyone with information is asked to call police immediately on 131 444.

Callers are asked to provide the reference number CAD 781784.

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AFP seizes 450 kilograms of heroin in largest ever haul

A shipping container of ceramic tiles has been used to conceal 450 kilograms of heroin bound for Australian streets.

AFP seizes 450 kilograms of heroin in largest ever haul

A shipping container of ceramic tiles has been used to conceal 450 kilograms of heroin bound for Australian streets.

Australian authorities detected what is the largest heroin shipment ever, inside a sea freight container of tiles from Malaysia.

It was addressed to a Melbourne business. The drugs have an estimated street value of $140 million.

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A Malaysian national has been arrested following the joint Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Australian Border Force (ABF) operation.

On October 14 he was charged with import a commercial quantity of a border controlled drugs and attempted possession of a commercial quantity of a border controlled drug.

AFP investigators assessed a total of 1290 packages containing heroin within the shipment.

He faced the Melbourne Magistrates Court yesterday.

ABF Commander Chris Holzeimer said despite pandemic-related border disruptions, the ABF continued to effectively disrupt attempts by criminal syndicates to bring narcotics into Australia.

"The ABF remains alert to all attempts to illegally import dangerous narcotics into the country," Mr Holzeimer said.

"Syndicates might vary their concealment efforts, but our officers have the technical expertise to defeat them.

"Our simple message is do not smuggle narcotics into Australia: we will detect and disrupt your attempt, and you will face severe legal consequences."

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