Celis search sees decline in volunteers since move - Tucson News Now

Celis search sees decline in volunteers

Volunteers helping with Isabel Celis' search efforts have seen a decline since moving their command post. Volunteers helping with Isabel Celis' search efforts have seen a decline since moving their command post.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Volunteers helping with the search efforts for Isabel Celis say they've seen a decline in the number of people coming to the post and helping pass out flyers. The reason, they say, is because they're not as visible to the public anymore.

KOLD News 13 caught up with several volunteers moving in to their new spot at Abbie Tuller School last week.

They had to move from Broadway and Craycroft because the complex manager kicked them off the property due to it being an unsafe environment.

The volunteers are now working inside a room at the school for free and hope to keep 6-year-old Isabel Celis' face out there.

Isabel disappeared from her family's home on Tucson's east side more than a month ago.

Volunteers encourage the public to stop by their post and pick up flyers to distribute.

Police are still receiving leads but have not named a suspect(s) nor ruled anyone out.

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