New details have emerged about a nine-year-old girl who disappeared in the Blue Mountains as a major search continues.
An extensive search for a missing nine-year-old has been launched after she disappeared in the Blue Mountains.
Charlise Mutten was last seen on Thursday and was reported missing from a property at Mt Wilson, 60km northwest of Richmond, on Friday morning.
NSW Police received the missing persons report at about 8.20am and began searching for the Queensland resident.
Acting Superintendent John Nelson said the girl was holidaying at the Mt Wilson address with family for the school holidays.
“It’s a traumatic experience for her family so we wanted to be clear from the information he had from them,” he said.
“We are here to pull out every stop we can to locate her and that’s why we have all the resources and are continuing (to search).”
He said Charlise’s mother was distressed about her daughter’s disappearance and police were providing her with support.
Superintendent Nelson said it was too early to rule out suspicious activity.
Charlise’s disappearance sparked a large scale search operation where about 100 personnel are working to find her.
It involves local police, rescue teams, the dog squad and aerial unit as well as the State Emergency Service, Rural Fire Service and NSW Ambulance.
Charlise has been described as being of caucasian appearance, between 130cm and 140cm tall, of thin build, with brown hair and brown eyes.
She was believed to have been wearing a pink top with a round neck collar, a black knee-length skirt and pink Nike thongs when she was last seen.
Anyone with information about Charlise’s whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.