The Latest: Finding Cleo

Michael Usher hosts a news special on the rescue of of missing four-year-old Cleo Smith.

Seven has now bumped America’s Got Talent from its timeslot tonight to screen the The Latest: Finding Cleo at 9:15pm.

7NEWS will continue to break into programming with special coverage live from Western Australia and every detail you need to know in 7NEWS live at 6.00 following the extraordinary conclusion in the case of missing four-year-old Cleo Smith, found alive and well after a dramatic raid on a Carnarvon house in the early hours of this morning.

Then join Michael Usher from 9.15pm AEDT for a special one-hour edition of The Latest from 7NEWS on Channel 7 and 7plus, live to a team of reporters at key locations with up-to-the-minute developments and analysis of what really happened and the moment that turned the case.

Hear from police on the ground as they continue their investigations, as well as the suspect’s neighbours and their first-hand accounts of the 36-year-old’s strange behaviour in the days leading up to Cleo’s rescue. Plus, the latest reaction from Cleo’s family.

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  1. As great as this story is, how many times can they show us the footage we have seen since 7.30am this morning. ACA dedicated the whole show to it tonight and it will no doubt be repeated frame by frame in the early edition of their news special. Now this. It’s not like it is a developing story…

    1. I agree. Very happy and relieved that she was found safe and alive. But for days there were no clues or leads and suddenly it all happened. Hopefully WA Police shed some light (when appropriate_ on what led to her being found.

      Also, praying that the family are shielded/given privacy from media sharks inevitably circling for a teleseries on this. Look how quickly there was on on Melissa Caddick.

  2. Thanks David – could you please advise if you know whether Chicago Fire will still be shown on Seven tonight as the EPG has not been updated. I have been recording all of the episodes and I don’t want to miss the last one.

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