Only a few show up for “paper your streets” - Tucson News Now

Only a few show up for “paper your streets”

Isabel Celis vanished from her East-side Tucson home in April. Isabel Celis vanished from her East-side Tucson home in April.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Is support for finding a missing Tucson girl dwindling? Or was the event canceled?

People were supposed to meet at Freedom Park on Tucson's East-side to help post fliers in the area. Instead, only a couple of families showed up and they waited. But, they had no fliers to distribute because organizers were a "no show."

The event was posted on the "Bring Isa Home" website - and local Facebook pages devoted to the search efforts, promoted it.

One week ago it was a different story. A couple hundred showed up for a vigil. They prayed for the 6-year-old's safe return. Police have been busy following up on more than 2,000 leads since Isabel vanished more than a hundred days ago. But, still, no sign of her whereabouts.

We reached out to the Celis family, but no one came to the front door.

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