TUCSON, Ariz. — Several volunteers are making it their mission to keep
the image of a missing Tucson girl in public view.
More than 40 days have passed since 6-year-old Isabel Mercedes Celis was
reported missing from her home, and there have been no major breaks or
developments in the case.
The Arizona Daily Star reports
that the small group of rotating volunteers, some family friends, neighbors
and strangers are posting fliers in neighborhoods, working on brightly colored
door hangers and planning car washes and other events.
The girl’s photo will be placed on six bus benches and several signs at bus
stops throughout the city in the next few weeks.
The girl’s mom, Becky Celis, says one person seeing her face could bring in a
tip that will bring her home.
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