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REMAINS FOUND Isabel Mercedes Celis, 6. AZ missing
#41
(04-25-2012, 05:20 PM)Duchess Wrote:

I think I'd probably lose my freakin' mind.

Me too, I would probably have to be sedated. Watching the parents was heart wrenching, I don't think they are involved.
The only reason people get lost in thought is because it's unfamiliar territory.

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#42
I saw the parents on the news this morning. The father seemed sincere to me. He was barely holding it together to speak to the press. I hope they find her alive. I have a bad feeling though. Just like all the others....
Devil Money Stealing Aunt Smiley_emoticons_fies
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#43
re: post 33 ^

here's nancy last night going on about "news" over 2 days old like it just happened--->


http://www.hlntv.com/video/2012/04/25/co...family-car


she's so full of shit.

here's her clueless producer who never knows anything. hahaha she just fakes it.

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#44
(04-25-2012, 06:59 PM)Lady Cop Wrote: here's the parents speaking today. video isn't long.

http://www.kvoa.com/videoplayer/?video_i...tegories=1

That just broke my heart to pieces for this family. I believe they are both very sincere. This is not looking good. Signs_173
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#45
Did anyone hear the neighbor-next-door's report of what she heard at 6:30am the morning Isabel went missing?

I saw it this morning, and to summarize, it went something like this:

Neighbor's window is 20-25 feet from Isabel's window. She said at 6:30am she heard men's voices outside Isa's window. She said she didn't hear Isabel's voice at all. Neighbor is implying that Isabel went willingly with whomever took her, meaning she knew them.

So, if this is true, I'd like to speculate as to what happened. I'm usually spot on. hah

In yesterday's interview Dad looked almost ashamed, like this was his fault.

Could he owe some money? Could this be a way of making sure $$$ get to whomever has Isabel?

Also in yesterday's interview, parents seemed assured this was some sort of kidnapping scenario. I think parents have a good idea of who may have her.

Just my 2 cents.
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#46
i think Texas Equusearch should be brought in. there's a lot of desert to be searched. the parents have to request it.

kvoa
TUCSON - Six miles from where Isabel Celis disappeared, the extensive search for the Pima County Search and Rescue Dive Team's found nothing.

The pontoon boat was launched Thursday afternoon.

Pima County Sheriff Rescue Team circled the lake for about two and a half hours. The boat is equipped with sonar and an underwater camera.

"I think we would be remiss if we didn't search all those areas that could possibly be a location to hide evidence," says Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villasenor. "If anything looks amiss, if there's any sign of entry into the lake or vehicles driven close to the lake or something of that nature."

As the boat floated looking for the missing six-year-old, residents looked on.

One resident said, "It just makes me sad that someone could harm the child."

As day six of the search ended, law enforcement is able to put to bed any doubts whether or not this lake holds any secret investigation of the missing six-year-old. TPD was also on scene and they say the amount of cooperation they have received from other law enforcement agencies has been great.

The next news conference update from TPD will be Friday morning at 8 a.m. and we will be streaming it live at kvoa.com.


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#47
another useless presser just now. i think they might as well stop with the updates because they won't answer any questions anyway.

will not answer whether parents took polys for example.

i think the local police are frustrated and slowing down. i also really think Texas Equusearch should be brought in. there's a body out in that desert or a wash. in my opinion. i hope i'm wrong.


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#48
chasing wild geese:
perhaps people seen in a surveillance camera.

KVOA
TUCSON - Tucson Police Detectives have learned five people (two men, three women) may have information about the disappearance of Isabel Celis, which occurred between the hours of 11:00 p.m. on April 20, 2012 and 8:00 a.m. on April 21, 2012.

Detectives believe the group was walking along the north side of Saint Joseph's Catholic Church, located at 215 South Craycroft Road at approximately 1:00 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. on Saturday heading into the Celis' neighborhood, possibly via East Cooper Street.

Given the time of morning, the group may have been leaving the area of the Cactus Moon Nightclub or Risky Business Restaurant and Bar, both of which are located across South Craycroft Road.

The Tucson Police Department urges the members of the group to call 911 as soon as possible.

















































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#49
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#50
I wonder if LE thinks they're involved? Or might have seen something? I can't watch the video on my phone.
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#51
one week today.

Associated Press

TUCSON, Ariz. -- The search for a 6-year-old Arizona girl who disappeared from her family's home has extended to Mexico, authorities said Friday.

U.S. Marshals have been in touch with Mexican law enforcement officials who are checking hotels, bus terminals and other businesses as they help look for Isabel Mercedes Celis, according to Tucson police. A photo of the first-grader is being circulated in Mexico as well.

















































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#52
Just watched the 10:00 P.M. news and re post #49 (group of people), LE says they are taking a hard look at
one of the men. I got the impression that they had already talked to him. I'm thinking this is strong lead (hopefully).
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#53
sincE phoenix is so close to the border and does have a lot of cartel activity, i wonder if this has anything to do with the drug cartels?
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#54
That surveillance camera, if you look closely at the beginning as they are walking. The person (on your far left) is carrying something. It is limp. And looks like her long hair too. I think that the person is carrying the poor child. She is clearly not concious.

Freeze the video on 8 seconds into it, then 9, you can see the person on the end is carrying something.
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#55
I didn't notice that, will have to look. There is a lone man in the video too, on the left about 48 seconds in, he looks like he comes out a doorway or something
The only reason people get lost in thought is because it's unfamiliar territory.

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#56
i blew it up, it looks like a jacket or other article of clothing.

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#57
I blew it up and watched it and there are 5 people walking in the video and clearly one person much smaller. Please someone make it larger and watch it. I see 5, or am I seeing things?
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#58
It looked to me as if the person is holding something, then he puts it down and there are 5. Gave me chills. Maybe my eyes are playing tricks on me.
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#59
I see five walking, one of them slightly in front of the others in the beginning. I think LC is right that it's maybe a coat or something he is carrying.
Look in the circles area around the 48sec mark and you will see a man walk out from a doorway or wall or something:
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Update from yesterday:

KVOA - TUCSON - In today's briefing, Tucson Police say 2 more people from the 5 people they were looking for in the earlier released video have been interviewed. 1 person self-identified himself yesterday and was interviewed as well. That means there are still 2 more people from the video police would like to speak to as soon as possible.
Lt. Fabian Pacheco said TPD will now conduct only one press briefing a day at 2 p.m. They are continuing to receive tips, but it has slowed down. Therefore, they are encouraging anyone with information to call 88-CRIME or through Tip-Soft that lets anyone send anonymous crime tips through an Android or iPhone app. If you don't have a smartphone, you can also send a text to CRIMES or 274637.
Pacheco says they are not going to show all their cards in this investigation for understandable reasons. 10-13 FBI agents are still working the case and they have received more than 350 tips thus far.
The parents of missing 6-year-old Isabel Celis are still fully cooperating with police and speak to them on a daily basis. They have not returned home, even though they are welcome to do so.
Detectives are currently going back and listening to all previous interviews and developing a strategy for moving forward in this investigation.
The only reason people get lost in thought is because it's unfamiliar territory.

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#60
Jez: see a man walk out from a doorway or wall or something.


police have said they are aware of that figure.
frankly i think they're stumped, frustrated and at a loss right now.
they need a break or a body.


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