Australia Police focuses on investigating now if the person accused of kidnapping Cleo Smith, the four-year-old girl rescued last week after 18 days disappeared, she was attended by someone else.
"The goal of this week is to find out if there was someone else involved (...) if someone had contact with the suspect, if he saw him, he met him or spoke on the phone during the period" of the alleged kidnapping and retention of the girl , A Detective Cameron Blaine revealed in declarations collected on Tuesday for 'The Sydney Morning Herald'.
Blaine, one of the investigation managers, who was part of the small rescue in a house of the northeast town of Carnarvon, returned the eve along with a team of researchers at the event of the event.
The authorities had previously declared that according to his first researches the defendant, identified as Terence Darrell Kelly and 36 years old, had acted alone and had no link with the Cloe family.
Last Wednesday, the police found the small locked in a house of Carnarvon, about 3 kilometers from their family residence.
The subsequent medical review determined that Cloe was physically well, as well as he plays and seems to behave naturally.
Kelly, who was arrested shortly after the rescue and whom the house belongs where the girl was found, was accused by kidnapping of a minor, as well as an indeterminate number of charges that were not revealed to be under Summary's secret.
The defendant, who apparently has a hobby about the dolls, is admitted to Perth's prison, from where he will attend on December 6 at the next judicial view.Updated Date: 09 November 2021, 03:31