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Isabel Celis timeline

Isabel Mercedes Celis Isabel Mercedes Celis

April 20, 11 p.m. – Isabel Mercedes Celis went to bed in her bedroom.

April 21, before 8 a.m. – Isabel's mother, Rebecca Celis, left for work.

April 21, 8 a.m. – Family members call 911 after they discover she is not in her bed and they cannot find her in the house.

April 22, evening – FBI search dogs arrive from Virginia to aid in the search.

April 23 – Celis family and 88-CRIME post $6,000 reward.

May 3 - Sergio and Rebecca Celis appear on NBC's "Today" show.

May 4 - Sergio and Rebecca Celis sit down with local media for live television appearance.

May 7 - Sergio and Rebecca Celis appear at benefit concert.

May 11 - Sergio Celis barred from his seeing his sons.

May 14 - 911 tapes released: Son, Rebecca Celis' call | Sergio Celis' call

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