Isabel Celis is still missing, but the police in Tucson just released over 500 pages of reports pertaining to evidence in this case. Among those reports news headlines have focused heavily on the discovery of blood and DNA evidence in this case, but there are other details in the reports that add more to the confusion and create even more suspicion over the family of this missing child.
A witness testimony within the reports implicated the father of Isabel Celis in her disappearance.
"[The man] went on to say that something didn't seem right about what was going on and alluded that he believed that the father was involved in some way," read the report.
This is curious, and it has been speculated before that the family owed money to someone, but who? Who did Sergio Celis owe money to for it to be speculated that his daughter's disappearance is related? It's already known that the police have been seen removing blood spattered items from a non-operational car on the Celis property, and blood on the bedroom floor of the little girl. Do you think it's safe to say that Isabel was murdered as opposed to "abducted?"
This whole case stinks like a rat.
If you want to read the entire 500+ page report of evidence in this case, please click here.
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