Posted 10:18 PM 5/21/2012 : Finding Isabel: Do police know anything?
TUCSON - It's been more than 30 days in the search for missing 6-year-old Isabel Celis. Police have held their final news conference, barring any major development in the case.
Officers are now passing out a questionnaire in the surrounding neighborhood with 7 very basic questions. We interviewed a retired TPD detective, to see if this means the department has little to go on.
Joe Godoy worked on 2 cases where girls were murdered, but their cases weren't solved until 13 years later. He says the questionnaire could mean that police have little to go on, but more likely, it's a case of being thorough.
"What did we miss? Did we miss anything? Let's go back to the basics and make sure we covered everything. So I think this is what it's all about, just making sure everything is covered so they don't miss anything at all," said Godoy.
Tucson police confirm that, saying they definitely are not back to square one. "You never know when that break in the case comes or where it will come from," said Lt. Fabian Pacheco, Tucson Police Department.
Police plan to re-interview all nearby Level 2 and Level 3 sex offenders with victims 10-years-old or younger.
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