Tucson Police Release Celis’s 911 Call

Tucson, Ariz., police on Monday released the 911 call made when Isabel Celis, 6, disappeared from her bedroom last month. On the call, her father, Sergio Celis, calmly tells police he wants to “report a missing person” and that he “believes she was abducted from our house.” Isabel’s mother, Rebecca, made a second, more emotional, 911 call, telling the dispatcher that her husband had first noticed the girl missing from the family’s home. Police confirmed on Monday that they still believe Isabel was abducted, but they did not rule out her parents. Earlier on Monday, Isabel’s two brothers were placed in sole custody of their mother, saying Sergio Celis agreed not to have any contact with his sons.