A Tucson police briefing Thursday on the investigation into the disappearance of Isabel Celis was notable for questions police would not answer.
Child Protective Services workers went to Isabel Celis' home in December, months before the 6-year-old was reported missing.
Officer Rudy Dominguez takes a turn digging after Officer Kory Fuller, left, discovered a suspicious hole near Swan and Golf Links roads. The Tucson Police Department's Urban Rapid Response Team was combing the wash working its way west from Swan.
Officers search in the brush and trees around Swan and Golf Links roads for any evidence in the abduction of Isabel Celis.
Police and deputies spent several hours Tuesday searching the desert north of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base for anything of "evidentiary value" related to the Isabel Celis case.
Isabel Celis was reported missing from her midtown home on April 21.
Tucson police and sheriff’s deputies are searching the desert north of Davis Monthan Air Force Base for anything of “evidentiary value” related to the Isabel Celis case.
The 6-year-old "did not just wander off."
Tucson police said detectives continue checking hundreds of tips that have come in about 6-year-old Isabel Celis, who was reported missing April 21.
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.
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.
Posters and fliers of missing child Isabel Celis, 6, are displayed in the food court at Park Place mall.
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."