Celis family releases statement - Tucson News Now

Celis family releases statement

Isabel Celis was last seen Friday, April 20. Isabel Celis was last seen Friday, April 20.

The Celis family released a statement regarding the disappearance of their 6-year-old daughter Isabel.

The following statement was given by the family to Tucson Police who forwarded it to Tucson News Now.

"We appreciate everyone's interest in finding our daughter, Isabel and thank all the volunteers who have come out to search for her. We are cooperating fully with authorities and are focused only on her safe return. We appreciate all your energy and efforts and continue to need the community's help. Please call the TPD if you have any information. We love Isabel and will never give up finding her. Thanks you for all your support."

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