Isabel Mercedes Celis, better known as Isa has now been missing for 22 days, so far there seems to be no indication that anyone has any idea where Isa might be. The investigation and searches continue, with the parents, as well as their friends and co-workers doing fundraisers and taking donations to try to help keep the searches going as well as to continue raising awareness. It breaks my heart that Isa has not been found yet, as we all know that in these cases, time is of the essence.
There have been some new developments in the case though. Apparently going on new information that has been gleaned from the investigation, law enforcement called CPS in to take a look. It has been stated that it is customary for CPS to be involved in a missing child’s case, especially when there are siblings. The decision was made that Isa’s siblings should not be around one of the parents, therefore the children have been approved to be in the custody and care of the other parent and another family member. They have not said who the parent is that is not allowed around the children at this time as it is sensitive to the investigation and this is an active and ongoing investigation. There is no information made public that gives any idea what this new information is or which parent is not allowed to be around the children. I’m not going to speculate about this matter, as I would have no idea what I was talking about if I did. What this simply tells me is that the investigation into Isa’s disappearance is progressing, which is a good thing.
It is important to note that Lt. Fabian Pacheo said the following when this announcement was made:
“We’re not eliminating anyone in particular from suspicion or overly casting suspicion on any one individual either,” Pacheco said.
Please continue to pray for her safe return and if she is no longer safe, that she is still found and the truth is revealed. I truly hope she is still alive and well, but time is not on her side. It just depends on what the motive was and what actually happened. God Bless Isa and her family.
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