The search for Isabel Mercedes Celis
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Sergio Celis' sister spoke on behalf of her brother Friday evening, saying he had never talked directly with Child Protective Services until last week.
A Tucson police briefing Thursday on the investigation into the disappearance of Isabel Celis was notable for questions police would not answer.
Redacted audio of 911 call that Sergio Celis Sr. made on the morning of April 21, 2012 when it was discovered that 6-year-old Isabel Celis had gone missing.
Redacted audio of 911 call that Sergio Celis Jr. and Rebecca Celis made on the morning of April 21, 2012 when it was discovered that 6-year old Isabel Celis had gone missing.
This is the transcript of conversations between 911 and Sergio and Rebecca Celis and their son Sergio Jr. The Star redacted the family's address. Other information was redacted by TPD.
Ann Curry: Isabel’s parents, Sergio and Becky, are now joining us exclusively this morning. Good morning to both of you.
An interview with the parents of Isabel Mercedes Celis aired on the Today Show this morning.
Sergio and Becky Celis, parents of missing Tucson 6-year-old Isabel Celis, speak to the "Today" show's Ann Curry about the status of the search and their desperation for more clues regarding her whereabouts.
Any hope for clues into the disappearance of 6-year-old Isabel Mercedes Celis from a group of five people caught on surveillance video has vanished because the images captured the wrong night.
It's been nine days, and while Tucson police concede that the case of missing Isabel Mercedes Celis could turn cold, detectives have not given up hope.
One of the men in a group of people caught in a video near the home where Isabel Celis disappeared last weekend came forward Saturday, police said.
Tucson police released a surveillance video Friday showing five people walking through a parking lot near Isabel Celis' neighborhood hours before she was reported missing.
Today marks a week since Isabel Mercedes Celis was reported missing from her midtown home and Tucson police are hoping for more tips to help find the 6-year-old.
The Tucson Police Department recently received information that a group of five individuals, including two males and three females, may have information about the disappearance of Isabel Celis, which occurred between the hours of 11 p.m. on April 20, 2012, and 8 a.m. on April 21, 2012. It i…
Tucson police searched four Tucson-area park lakes, finding no clues in the disappearance of Isabel Mercedes Celis who was reported missing from her midtown home Saturday morning.
Tucson police have now moved their search for Isabel Celis to lakes at city parks and other bodies of water, Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor said Thursday evening.
The father of Tucson's missing girl made a public plea Wednesday for "the person or persons who has Isabel" to "tell us your demands."
Two tragic events, 33 years apart and yet so near to heart, have me thinking over and over: Keep your children well.
Tucson Police search for 6-year-old Isabel Celis after her disappearance in 2012.
8:15 p.m. — The FBI behavioral analysts helping in the case of missing 6-year-old Isabel Mercedes Celis will start Thursday to review the interviews already conducted by Tucson police, police said in a news briefing tonight.
Specially trained FBI profilers have been called to aid in the search for a Tucson girl missing for five days, an incident the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is calling the country's highest-profile case.
Fellow baseball players of Isabel Mercedes Celis' stood at attention on Field 2 at Freedom Park on Tuesday as the sun began to set.
9 p.m. — Tucson police have contacted law enforcement agencies in Arizona and across the nation to discuss “cases that are similar or have a similar M.O.” to that of a missing girl here, police Lt. Matt Ronstadt said Tuesday night.
The family of Isabel Celis released this written statement Monday:
About 400 people, many holding lit candles, prayed Sunday evening for a safe outcome in the disappearance of 6-year-old Isabel Mercedes Celis as the search for her continued for a second day.
The intense search for a 6-year-old girl reported missing by her family continues into its second night, with Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor calling her case suspicious and a possible abduction.
Tucson police are searching for a little girl who disappeared from an east-side home Saturday morning.