Two months have passed since Isabel Celis was abducted from her midtown home and police have still not named any suspects or shared any information about what might have happened to the 6-year-old.
Local and federal authorities continue to follow up new leads and tips that still trickle in, Sgt. Maria Hawke, a Tucson Police Department spokeswoman, said Wednesday.
"We get some occasionally, but they're clearly not going to be at the level they were in the initial days," Hawke said.
TPD has dedicated 15 staff members to work on Isabel's case full time, Hawke said.
At the search's peak, about 250 law enforcement officers worked on finding the first-grader.
Isabel's father, Sergio Celis, reported Isabel missing about 8 a.m. April 21 from their home in the 5600 block of East 12th Street. He told police Isabel wasn't in her bedroom when he went in to wake her. The screen to Isabel's bedroom had been removed; she was not in the home.
Authorities spent weeks searching Isabel's neighborhood, parks and a landfill, and questioning residents for evidence related to Isabel's case.
Police have not revealed any major developments in the case and have not ruled out or identified any suspects.
In mid-May, Sergio Celis entered into a voluntary agreement with state Child Protective Services to have no contact with his two sons, Isabel's older brothers, after detectives learned of information pertaining to the boys' welfare.
CPS and TPD would not comment on whether that agreement is still in effect.
TPD's efforts are still focused on finding Isabel and returning her to her family.
"The department remains hopeful that we will be able to locate her and return her safely," Hawke said. "The chief has said that we will always continue investigating (the case) up until the point where we have determined where she is or located her or determined what happened."
A $60,500 reward for information leading to an arrest in Isabel's case is being offered by 88-CRIME.
On StarNet: View an interactive timeline of important dates in the Isabel Celis case at azstarnet.com/isabel
Contact reporter Veronica Cruz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573-4224.