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TUCSON, Ariz. - Volunteers helping with the search for a missing Tucson girl have moved their headquarters.

The Arizona Daily Star reports that the Isabel Celis Faith and Hope Center will be operating out of the Christian Faith Fellowship in midtown.

The girl's parents last saw their first-grader in her room the night of April 20 and discovered her missing the next morning.

Police believe Isabel was abducted but investigators haven't named any suspects.

The girl's mother, Becky Celis, says she's still praying that her daughter is out there and that she will be coming home soon.

Volunteers have been gathering almost daily to make fliers, door hangers, ribbons and other items with Isabel's photo and description to give to community members.

They are also organizing a prayer vigil for the evening of July 23.

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.

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