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(AUSTRALIA) Carnarvon Magistrates Court Report: Cleo Smith Case: Suspect refused bail after accused of abducting the child and appeared to wink as he was put on a plane to a maximum-security prison #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.06: Kelly appeared before magistrates in Carnarvon on Thursday charged with forcibly taking a child under 16, almost 48 hours after Cleo was found: He was pictured barefoot with his legs shackled as he was escorted from a police car to a light aircraft, which carried him around 600 miles to Perth’s Casuarina Prison – home to some of the state’s most dangerous criminals.

#AceDailyNews says according to the Australian Media Report: Metro says that the Cleo Smith kidnap suspect winks as police take him to maximum-security jail as Terence ‘Terry’ Kelly, 36, was handcuffed and shackled as he boarded a jet in Carnarvon, Western Australia – where the four-year-old girl was found in a locked room inside his home.

Cleo Smith and right, suspect Terence Kelly
Terence Kelly, the suspect accused of abducting Cleo Smith, has been flown to a maximum-security prison (Picture: AP/Getty)

Cleo was snatched from a tent at the remote Blowholes campsite in Macleod, Victoria, where she had been on holiday with her family on October 16, sparking a huge manhunt.   

He has yet to enter a plea to the charge and will be held at the jail until his next court appearance, scheduled in December.  

Reports suggest Kelly – who posted pictures on social media with a collection of Bratz dolls – will be detained in a padded cell after twice being hospitalised for self-harming.  

Police commissioner Chris Dawson said Kelly would be subject to extra security measures ‘for obvious reasons’, The Telegraph reports.  

Cleo Smith suspect wrote cryptic post on day 4 of going missing Getty Images
Kelly appeared to wink as he was led on the plane to Casuarina Prison (Picture: Tamati Smith)

In their first public statement since she was found, Cleo’s parents, Ellie Smith and Jake Gliddon, expressed their gratitude to everyone involved in her rescue.  

‘We are so thankful that our little girl is back within our arms and our family is whole again,’ they said.    

CARNARVON, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 4: Cleo Smith is carried inside a friend's house by her mother on November 4, 2021 in Carnarvon, Australia. Cleo Smith was found in the early hours Wednesday 3 November after police raided a house in Carnarvon. The four-year-old went missing from the tent she was sharing with her family at the Blowholes campsite near Carnarvon on 16 October. A 36-year-old man is now in custody. (Photo by Tamati Smith/Getty Images)
Cleo Smith being carried into a friend’s home by her mother on November 4, 2021 in Carnarvon (Picture: Tamati Smith/Getty Images)

Police forced their way into Kelly’s home around an hour after he was arrested, according to reports.  

Australian Police released an emotional recording of the moment they burst into the property to find missing Cleo playing with toys.

 When one officer asked ‘what’s your name, sweetheart?’ she replied: ‘My name is Cleo’.  

One officer who helped rescue the four-year-old, Cameron Blaine, told how she seemed ‘well adjusted and happy’ despite her ordeal, 7NEWS reported.  

She was found a six-minute drive from her family home in Carnarvon – although authorities previously said the suspect had no connection to the Smith family.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: Nov.06: 2021:

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