Police say they plan to re-interview registered sex offenders in the case of missing 6-year-old Arizona girl Isabel Celis
Police investigating the disappearance of Isabel Celis, 6, say child welfare workers went to her family's home in December
Police investigating the disappearance of a young girl from her family's southern Arizona home said that child welfare workers went to the household in December, but authorities declined to provide additional details. The disclosureShow More Summary
After about a month of investigation into the disappearance of Isabel Mercedes Celis, including interviews with more than 500 sex offenders and examining 1,000-plus tips, police have acknowledged for the first time that the 6-year-old was taken from her home. Show More Summary
Police investigating the disappearance of Ariz. girl Isabel Mercedes Celis confirmed Tuesday they believe she was abducted
Police released transcripts of 911 calls made after Isabel Mercedes Celis, 6, went missing last month
Tucson police say they've talked with at least three of five people captured on a surveillance video, showing five people leaving a club near the Celis home around the time of the 6-year-old's disappearance
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Anxiety over two cases of missing children in the news this week - New York's Etan Patz and Arizona's Isabel Mercedes Celis - masks an encouraging development in the search for U.S. boys and girls who disappear: More than 99 percen...
The parents of a 6-year-old Isabel Mercedes Celis, who disappeared from her home over the weekend, said they will do anything to ensure her safe return
The Tucson Police Chief said Tuesday that authorities expect to wrap up their intensive search for any sign of Isabel by Wednesday morning
"We appreciate everyone's interest in finding our daughter, Isabel," the family said in a statement Monday evening. "We love Isabel and will never give up finding her."
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Law officers searched Tucson areas early Sunday for a 6-year-old Arizona girl who was reported missing from her bedroom, a disappearance that police are calling suspicious and a possible kidnapping. First-grader Isabel Mercedes Celis's parents last saw her in bed at 11 p.m. Show More Summary
Tucson police on Sunday are desperately searching for 6-year-old Isabel Mercedes Celis. According to Sgt. Maria Hawke of the Tucson Police Department Isabel’s disappearance is being called a “possible abduction” and a “suspicious disappearance”...Show More Summary
Canine units gave police a clue today that sent them in a "new direction" in the search for missing Arizona 6-year-old Isabel Mercedes Celis —a direction that led them to ask Isabel's family to leave the home from which she allegedly disappeared over the weekend, police tell NBC. Authorities didn't...
Isabel Mercedes Celis was last seen late April 20, 2012. She was discovered missing the next day
Tucson police are still classifying the case of the missing first-grader as a "suspicious disappearance/possible abduction"
The house from which a 6-year-old Tucson, Arizona, girl went missing Saturday morning was being treated as a crime scene Monday as police said they were investigating more than 100 leads in the case. Isabel Mercedes Celis was last seen by family members when she went to bed at 11 p.m. Friday. She was discovered [...]
Updated at 11:16 p.m. ET: Investigators found "suspicious circumstances around a possible entry point" at the home of a 6-year-old Arizona girl whose disappearance has prompted a massive search, with more than 150 law enforcement officers trying to figure out whether she was abd …
Isabel Mercedes Celis Police search for missing 6-year-old Tucson girl, no new clues Massive search: Isabel Mercedes Celis, 6, vanishes in Tucson, Ariz. Open Window Shows Missing Tucson Girl Was Abducted, Parents Say Search continues in Tucson for missing 6-year-old girl last seen in bedroom No new clues in search for 6-year-old Tucson girl
Post by Jeanne Sager A chilling missing child case in Tucson, Arizona has one set of parents terrified that they'll never see their 6-year-old daughter again. And here's betting the search for Isabel Mercedes Celis will make bedtime harder for parents across the nation tonight. Show More Summary