Isabel Celis Search: Missing Tucson, Arizona Girl’s Dad Performs at Benefit Concert

The father of Isabel Celis – a 6-year-old Tucson, Ariz. girl that has been missing since late April – sang this Sunday at a concert organized to raise money to search for his child.

According to the Arizona Daily Star, Sergio Celis, an opera singer, sang “Ave Maria” in Latin to a crowd of about 100 people gathered at Catalina United Methodist Church in central Tucson.

Following Sergio’s heart warming performance that brought many of those in attendance to tears, Isabel’s mother, Becky, thanked the crowd and asked everyone to continue praying for their daughter’s safe return.

Isabel’s parents told police they discovered she was missing on the morning of April 21, 2012, when her father went to wake her, but she was not in her bedroom. Local police were called at 8:14am, and were told Isabel had gone to sleep in her bed around 11:00pm the night before.

After an inspection of the property, authorities said a window at the home was open and the screen was pushed aside.

Police spokesman Lt. Fabian Pacheco said at a Saturday media briefing that investigators looking into the disappearance of Isabel Celis have fielded about 900 leads since she was last seen. The lieutenant added that detectives are still looking at every possibility and no one is a focus of the investigation.

No one has been eliminated either.

Isabel, 6, is described as being just under 4 feet tall, and weighing about 44 pounds. She has brown hair and hazel eyes.

Sunday was Day 16 of the investigation.

Authorities are urging anyone with information regarding the Isabel Celis case to report it to 911, 88-CRIME or TipSoft, an online tip-management application. Tucson Police at 520-882-7463.

ABC News has more on the disappearance of Isabel Celis in the video below:

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