A candlelight vigil for Isabel Celis, the 6-year-old girl who was abducted from her midtown home more than three months ago, is planned for Friday evening.
Tucson Police offered little hope at their daily update today that they're getting closer to finding 6-year-old Isabel Celis, who was reported missing two weeks ago today.
The parents of a missing Tucson girl today brushed off any speculation by police and the public that they were involved in the disappearance of their daughter and vowed to be more visible in the search for the missing girl.
Sergio and Becky Celis underwent polygraph tests “within the first few days” of the investigation into their missing daughter, Tucson police confirmed at a news conference this afternoon.
Tucson police today said they likely will cancel the daily news conferences they had used to update the public on the search for Isabel Mercedes Celis.
Surveillance video Tucson police released last week showing a group of people walking into the neighborhood of missing Tucson girl Isabel Mercedes Celis was taken on the wrong night, several hours after she had been reported missing, police disclosed today.
At a Mass this evening for Isabel Mercedes Celis, a priest spoke to a picture of the missing child and told her "the whole world is looking for you."
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.
Tucson police are looking for a group of people who may have been walking into Isabel Celis’ neighborhood early Saturday morning, hours before the 6-year-old was reported missing.
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.
On the fifth day into the the investigation into the disappearance of a 6-year-old Tucson girl, Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor today defended the pace of progress in the case.
A community vigil is set this evening for missing Tucson girl Isabel Mercedes Celis.