The Isabel Celis case doesn't appear to be moving along very well. The Tuscon Police Department has admitted that whomever committed this alleged abduction, was "adequate" in covering their tracks. They've received tons of leads since Rebecca and Sergio Celis, the missing girl's parents, addressed the media in an exclusive interview just days ago. However, none of the leads have turned out, "good," as it's reported. So where to investigators turn now?
Since the parents of missing six-year old Isabel Celis addressed the media, police admit that they've used the help of analysts and other experts in this case. Do these analysts include the use of face analysis experts, or those who are well trained in catching the "tells" of a liar?
Since the TPD admits that whomever pulled this "abduction" off, covered their tracks well, could it be reasonable to consider that this wasn't an abduction? Surely the police have acknowledged this since forensic evidence connected to the girl was found in a vehicle belonging to the family. While detectives are playing this close to their chests, perhaps they can take a look at this article and consider having some expert trained analysts to go over the media footage of Sergio and Rebecca Celis. You, Tuscon's finest, may find that there were some strange things said in the interview and equally strange mannerisms and ticks.
Police are currently asking anyone with information from the day of Isabel's disappearance to please come forward. It's now been over two weeks since the little girl vanished from her own bedroom, and it just doesn't seem likely that others will have potential evidence of this event. If anyone has evidence of this alleged abduction, it will probably be the people who were closest to six-year-old Isabel Celis. That's just statistically prominent, and not to mention common sense with what has been uncovered in the past couple of weeks.
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