A massive search is going on for 6-year-old Tucson girl by the name of Isabel Mercedes Celis, who went missing on Friday morning.
It has been two full days since Isabel Mercedes Celis was reported missing, but there is still no sign of the girl. Now formal search parties have been launched to look for her.
The search for Isabel Mercedes Celis was launched on early Saturday morning, a full day after she was reported missing and it resumed on Sunday. Despite the heavy ongoing search for her, there is still no sign of hers, or even a clue which can lead up to her retrieval.
A number of police, FBI agents and deputy U.S. marshals have looked through the city's east side for any signs of the girl, but so far there has been no lead.
Isabel Mercedes Celis was studying in first-grade, and in her case, the possibility of her wandering off on her own, is also being kept into perspective.
According to details, Isabel's parents last saw her in her bed at 11 p.m. on Friday and then she was reported missing when they woke up at 8 a.m. on the next day. The house was also checked for forced-entry, but nothing has been said so far whether there was one or not.
The police are using helicopters, sniff dogs and other search equipment to look for Isabel. A thorough investigation into the case is also underway. Meanwhile, Isabel Mercedes Celis' family is also carrying out its own search and they are distributing fliers with Isabel's photo on it.
Isabel is described by her family as around 4 feet tall and weighing 44 pounds. She has brown hair, hazel eyes and her two front teeth are missing.
The detectives investigating the case are looking into all possible scenarios including the possibility that Isabel might have been kidnapped. In addition to that, it is also being kept into perspective that she had the capability of wandering-off on her own.
Isabel was last seen Friday night as her parents put her to bed.