In a recent press conference, Tucson authorities reported that the remains of Isabel Celis were found in a desert area.

During a recent press conference, Chris Magnus, the Police Chief of Tucson, declared that the remains of 6-year-old Isabel Celis had been discovered in a desert area of Pima County by the investigators. Although Tucson’s Chief of Police refused to give any details regarding how the body was discovered, he did mention that it was not by accident. Isabel Celis was reported missing five years ago by Sergio and Becky Celis, her parents. The police report suggests that the 6-year-old girl was abducted from her bedroom.

Chris Magnus of the Tucson Police Department recently declared during a press conference, that the search for the missing Isabel Celis had been concluded. Tucson’s Chief of Police stated that after receiving several legitimate tips, the authorities discovered the remains of the 6-year-old girl in a rural area near Pima County.

Furthermore, the remains found in the desert area have been positively identified as belonging to Isabel Celis by an independent laboratory. During the press conference, Magnus declared that this is not the end he predicted for Celis’ story, especially that Tucson’s Police Department worked intensively in order to track down the girl.

It would appear that ever since the 6-year-old was reported missing on the 20th of April 2012, Tucson’s PD received and investigated approximately 2,200. Regrettably, all of them have been dead ends.

If you’re not familiar with the case involving the disappearance of Isabel Celis, here some of the case’s highlights. According to Tucson Police records, Isabel Celis was seen going to her bedroom to her mother and father on the 20th of April 2012.

On the next morning, Sergio Celis went up to the girl’s bedroom in order to check up on her. However, upon entering the room, Sergio found it to be empty, with no indication that her daughter slept in her bed. Becky and Sergio immediately notified the Tucson County Police Department and filed a missing person report.

Magnus said that after the Celis family reported the disappearance of her daughter, a state-wide search involving hundreds of people had been initiated. However, all searches remained fruitless. Even more baffling is that the authorities didn’t announce any suspects.

However, during his recent press conference, Police Chief Chris Magnus declared that one of Celis’ house entry points might have been used by Isabel’s abductor. Furthermore, Sergio was asked by the Tucson Police Department to refrain from contacting his two sons for the duration of the investigation.

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