Social Media Used to Search for Isabel Celis

Isabel Celis

Isabel Celis

Isabel Celis was found missing a week ago when her parents went into her bedroom only to notice their daughter was gone and the screen was missing from the window of their Tucson, Arizona home.

In an effort find Isabel, many citizens and businesses owners posted flyers and told neighbors. Most of these flyers contained information about a $50,000 reward for finding Isa and used QR codes that drove mobile users to a website with information about the young girl.

Tucsonans also used a number of social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest to let others around the world know that Isa was missing. Within hours of the news story, post with pictures of young Isabel went up across the social graph.

In addition to a number of YouTube videos created, as police wound down their search efforts, one group of musicians “The Flight Team” released a music video entitled “Bring Isa Home.” So far the video has been seen more than 22,000 times. View the video below and share it with others.

Isa we miss you and we wait for your return. #BringIsaHome #Tucson

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