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Becky Celis confident Isabel will come home

Isabel Celis was last seen on April 20. Isabel Celis was last seen on April 20.
Becky Celis thanked everyone in and around Tucson for all they have done to help find her daughter. Becky Celis thanked everyone in and around Tucson for all they have done to help find her daughter.
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The mother of a missing Tucson girl remains confident that her daughter will return home.

Isabel Celis, 6, was reported missing on April 21.

The volunteers helping in her search moved to a new location this morning and Isabel's mother, Becky Celis, was there to make a brief statement and answer questions from the media.

In addition to saying she continued to believe Isabel will return home, Becky Celis thanked the volunteers for their help and thanked everyone in and around Tucson for all they have done to help find her daughter.

She also asked people to keep praying for Isabel's safe return and to continue to put her face out there in public view.

The new volunteer command center is located at the Christian Faith Fellowship Church at Broadway Boulevard and Craycroft Road, on Tucson's east side.

This is the third location for the volunteer command center that has been setup to help find Isabel. The previous location was at the Abbie Tuller School behind Park Place Mall.

Isabel was last seen by her family on April 20 in her home. Police believe she was abducted.

No suspects have been named in the case.

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