The Isabel Celis disappearance hasn't appeared to produce any new leads for investigators, but the search has expanded to a park area around six miles from the missing six-year-old Tucson girl's home. This case is just crawling on with very few updates. The behavior of detectives, however, seems indicative of suspicion or perhaps evidence that hasn't been discussed with the public.
Searchers recently looked through a park around six miles from the girl's home, but the search turned out with no new leads as it's reported. Detectives have also searched a nearby landfill; and this week, bodies of water will be searched for Isabel Celis as well. Do they think the girl was abducted as the parents claim, or do they think she was murdered and disposed of to throw them off the tracks?
A neighbor as already admitted to hearing men's voices and dogs barking at the home of the missing child on the morning she was reported missing. She heard this commotion at around 6:30 a.m., and the child was reported missing close to two hours later. Who do these voices belong to? Could it be someone close to the family? With the abduction taking place in the home of the child, it's highly likely that whomever did it was someone who knew the family and knew where the child slept -- and that's if the child was abducted.
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