Arizona Child Protective Services removed the brothers of missing Tucson girl Isabel Celis from their father’s care on May 11, soon after it was revealed that police have spent $1 million searching for Isabel since she disappeared on April 21.
Child Protective Services in Arizona removed the two older brothers of missing girl Isabel Celis from their father’s care on May 11 and sent the boys, Julian, 10, and Sergio, 14, to live with their mother, Becky.
CPS decided to remove the boys from their father’s care after a consultation with police, the Daily Mail reports. Police have declined to provide any further details as to what brought them to this decision.
Isabel, 6, disappeared from her father Sergio‘s home on April 21, when he reported her missing and told police he went to wake her up for school and did not find her in bed.
Investigators have not taken anyone in the Celis family off the suspect list. Isabel’s parents have taken a lie detector test, but its results have not been made public.
The investigation into Isabel’s disappearance has cost the Tucson Police Department more than $1 million over the past three weeks.
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