Musical tribute to Isabel completed - Tucson News Now

Musical tribute to Isabel completed

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The music video created to help the search for missing Isabel Celis has been completed.

More than 100 people gathered to shoot the video Monday, April 30.

The song, Bring Isa Home, was created by the Flight Team to raise awareness for the 6-year-old that was last seen Friday, April 20.

Tucsonans gathered at the volunteer command center Monday evening. Volunteers showed their support by wearing purple and releasing balloons in honor of Isabel.

"We really want to make the video as visual as possible so they can see how much it is impacting our community here in Tucson, Arizona. And hopefully they will softener their hearts and bring her home and come through with any evidence or information," said Mic Ortiz, a member of Flight Team.

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