New Developments: The search for Isabel Celis has now included the use of FBI agents and specially trained dogs. These developments have been witnessed this early Monday with the agents and dogs entering the home of the missing Tuscon girl's familyÂ—who are being kept from the home as well.
This also comes with the update that detectives now believe it's possible that the six-year old girl was abducted. Could they have truly found a possible entrance-point to indicate said abduction? Hopefully, the FBI dogs pick up the scent of Isabel Celis so they can figure out the direction in which she may have traveled. If someone in the neighborhood took her and walked away on foot, the dogs could potentially track that scent. However, if she was transported by vehicle from the property the dogs may lose her scent and that may hinder the process of finding her in this instance. That's common in these types of cases!
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