Could 6-year-old Isabel Celis have been murdered before leaving her home? New details being released by the Tuscon Police Department and media sources seem to indicate that the investigation has taken a rather negative turn in the search for the missing Arizona child. Earlier it was reported that FBI trained dogs "hit" on the scents important to the case in the home last night, but it has now been revealed what kind of dogs were used.
Apparently both cadaver dogs and scent dogs were used in the search for missing Tuscon girl Isabel Celis, but detectives would not report on which particular type of scent was alerted on by the dogs used. However, their next investigative moves have seemed to indicate that the 6-year-old girl might have possibly met foul play. You see, detectives conducted a search of a nearby landfill shortly after the discovery of key scents and other evidence that has not been discussed.
In an 8:00 p.m. update by the TPD, investigators have revealed that they are still currently investigating the home of Celis's parents, and no results of the landfill search have been revealed. What kind of evidence was found in regards to the missing child?
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