Posted 2:49 PM 4/28/2012 : Tucson police release new information about Isabel Celis case
TUCSON - Tucson Police say one person has come forward, who self-identified themselves from surveillance video released by police Friday.
The cameras captured five individuals, three women and two men walking on the east side of St. Joseph's Church last Saturday. The church is located in the area of Broadway and Craycroft. Authorities hope to piece together the timeline of Isabel Celis' disappearance. Police say they are in the process of interviewing the individual and hope to identify the others in his group.
Sgt. Fabian Pacheco says the efforts to find Isabel are not focused on any one avenue and detectives are considering all options.
As of 2 p.m. Saturday, police say 28 tips have been reported through 911, 88-CRIME and the new TipSoft program.
TipSoft is for those who would like to report a tip through texting on their cell phone. Police are averaging eight to 10 tips per hour.
To report a tip specific to the Isabel Celis case, enter "TucsonPD5265".
The reward for information in the case is $50,000.
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