TUCSON, AZ - The FBI has brought in specially trained profilers to help on Day 5 of the investigation into 6-year-old Isabel Celis' disappearance in Tucson.
In a 7:30 a.m. news conference Wednesday, Tucson police said this is now an investigation "with a search component".
Police said the focal points are washes and drainage areas around the city.
While no suspects have been named, police have not ruled out the girl's family. Two search warrants have been served at their home.
The second search warrant came Tuesday after trained police dogs "hit" on something in the house. Investigators haven't elaborated on what that means.
Later that day, the search warrant was extended to allow the FBI to enter the home to conduct its own search.
At the same time, an FBI behavior analysis team is expected to interview the family.
Isabel was last seen at 11 p.m. Friday in her bedroom and was discovered missing 8 a.m. Saturday.
As of Wednesday morning, police tape still surrounded the home and the street was still sealed from public access.
All of this comes as the daily ground search for the missing girl has been scaled back as well as a search of the landfill.
Volunteers continue to plaster neighborhoods with signs and flyers, but police seem to be pulling in and narrowing the scope of their investigation.
The next update from Tucson police is scheduled for noon.
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