The Tucson Police Department said today's press briefing in the search for a missing Tucson girl will be the last regularly scheduled update.
Tucson Police Lt. Fabian Pacheco said this change should in no way be used as a gauge on how the search for Isabel Celis, 6, is going.
Police are "not losing interest in the case, just being mindful of resources," Pacheco said.
Celis was reported missing from her home on April 21. She was last seen the night before when she was put to bed.
Pacheco also said police will be returning to areas already covered and interviewing registered sex offenders that they've already spoken with as the latest step in the search.
Police will focus specifically on those offenders known to abuse children about Isabel's age, Pacheco said.
Police have searched lakes and landfills, contacted all 542 registered sex offenders in the area, and canvassed neighborhoods in an effort to find Isabel.
Police will be passing out a flyer to people "residing in, visiting, or having business in the neighborhoods and other areas in the general vicinity of the Celis family home," as stated in a news release.
The flyer includes the following questions:
Pacheco said police have followed up on about 1,500 leads.
"Most of it hasn't really yielded anything," Pacheco said.
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