Newly released police reports are raising more questions in the search for missing six-year-old Isabel Celis. The reports were provided to some news organizations, and HLN is currently seeking its own copies.
ABC News reports that documents released Thursday by the Tucson Police Department reveal “apparent blood” was found on the floor of one of the bedrooms in her family’s home. According to HLN affiliate KOLD, the reports also show a white hat and shower curtain with “dark red-brown or brown stains” were removed from a car at the house.
Among other possible evidence detailed in the documents, investigators photographed writing on Isabel’s closet-door frame and walls, the Arizona Daily Star reported. Footprints were believed to be found on an electrical box behind the house and on the ground nearby.
Isabel was reported missing on the morning of April 21. Her parents, Sergio and Becky Celis, said she vanished sometime after they put her to bed around 11:30 the previous night. Becky reportedly left for work around 7:30 a.m. without checking on Isabel. Sergio said in his 911 call that when he went to wake her around 8:00 a.m. and she was gone. When police arrived, her bedroom window was open and the screen was in the backyard.
Police have said they believe Isabel was abducted, but they have not named any suspects in the case.
Friday night, HLN’s Nancy Grace investigates what these new details could mean. Do they bring us any closer to learning what happened to Isabel Celis? Find out on Nancy Grace Friday at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET only on HLN.