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At the request of Tucson police special FBI dogs were brought in.
In the overnight hours from the agency's Virginia headquarters and these are canines that are specifically trained in searches like this and we have brand new information coming in.
That those dogs have alerted on something that has opened up a new leads.
That are currently being followed up on how -- police will not elaborate on what was discovered specifically.
Cops also confirming today that the first graders bedroom window was open and the screen was knocked out but they are still only classifying this.
As a possible abduction at this point in fact no AMBER Alert.
Has been issued.
Six -- Isabel Seles lived -- -- east Tucson home with her parents and two older Brothers which leads officials to believe this is not a child custody dispute.
Like we see with so many other missing children's cases her mom and dad interviewed extensively over the weekend and this morning on FOX & Friends.
The Tucson police chief said polygraph testing.
Had even been discussed with them meantime a candlelight vigil held last night in Tucson as Isabel -- -- And members of the community hold out hope.
That she will be returned.
Safe and sound and only adding to the concerns another day of near triple digit temperatures of forecasted in Tucson.
Elements that are difficult for really anyone to survive in for an extended period of time.
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