Apr 25, 2012 11:17 PM
TUCSON - Tucson Police have now received more than 300 leads into the disappearance of Isabel Celis.
At Wednesday night's 8 p.m. briefing, Police said the family is allowed to return to the home, but as of the latest news conference, had not done so. They did say they still need to talk to family members to share additional information with them to determine if they need to talk to anyone else.
Police did say the Behavioral Analysis Unit may or may not talk to the family directly, but is already working to review interviews and the scene.
Police are also reviewing reports of the dogs barking early in the morning when Isabel was discovered missing and say neighbors told them the dogs barked frequently.
In the last update, Tucson Police also confirmed that the reward for information leading to a resolution to this case has risen to $30,000.
Police say the next news conference will be held Thursday morning at 8 a.m.
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