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Nov 1, 2012 2:19 AM by Rebecca Taylor

Holidays are heartache for Isabel Celis family

TUCSON - It's been six months since Isabel Celis disappeared.

As families across the nation celebrate Halloween, her family still holds out hope that the 7-year-old will come home.

Frustrated with the police investigation, the Celis family has now hired private investigators.

For Halloween, the Celis family carved pumpkins that read 'Bring Isa home' they sit in the family's front yard.

Tucson Police say finding Isabel remains a priority case.

Isabel's parents are taking matters into their own hands, they hired private investigators, hoping they can shed new light on the case.

On Facebook Becky Celis continues to share new photos of Isa.

The latest show Isabel in her favorite Halloween costumes from years past. The photo caption is a plea for Isa's safe return.

To date, no persons of interest or suspects have been identified.

Police are asking the community to remain dedicated, by continuing to call in leads.

Meantime, the Celis family says being without Isa on Halloween is especially hard.

"I just need her home. I want her home already. It's too hard. She loves Halloween and we all love to dress up, it's just not right," says Becky Celis.

Unlike past years, this Halloween the Celis family says they stayed home.

Tucson Police say two detectives are working the case full time.

Additional resources, including the FBI and U.S. Marshall's are called in if help is needed.

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