- The 6-year-old boy who belonged to Texas went missing in November from his home in Everman.
- Almost three and a half months after Noel’s disappearance, the police have now issued an Amber Alert for him.
- The case took a surprising turn when Noel’s family boarded an international flight without him just two days before the authorities issued the Amber Alert.
- According to the authorities, the boy’s family left the U.S. on a Turkish Airways flight.
Noel Rodriguez Alvarez’s missing news has become a nightmare for all parents. The 6-year-old boy who belonged to Texas went missing in November from his home in Everman.
Every other day, the question ‘has a 6-years-old Texas boy been found’ pops up in the news.
The authorities have tirelessly looked for the innocent boy ever since his disappearance was reported. Almost three and a half months after Noel’s disappearance, the police have now issued an Amber Alert for him.
The Everman Police Department reported that an Amber Alert for Noel was issued after midnight on Saturday morning and replaced with an Endangered Missing Persons alert at about 9 p.m. on Saturday.
The case took a surprising turn when Noel’s family boarded an international flight without him just two days before the authorities issued the Amber Alert.
According to the authorities, the boy’s family left the U.S. on a Turkish Airways flight.
After thorough research, it was disclosed that Noel was a seriously debilitated child. He suffered from chronic lung disease and frequently required medical attention and oxygen supply.
Noel was last seen or heard from in his home. No one, not even his family members, saw him leaving the house, which erased the suspicion of abduction.
The authorities are now seriously concerned regarding Noel’s safety and whereabouts as the authorities recently came across some evidence that suggests that his family might have something to do with his months-long disappearance.
During a Monday press conference, Everman Police Chief Craig Spencer said investigators found a 2012 Chevrolet pickup truck that belongs to Noel’s mother, 37-year-old Cindy Rodriguez-Singh, at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport.
The SUV was found where the family departed on a flight to Turkey last week. The car has now been transferred to a secure holding area and is being searched by the authorities.
Although the missing boy’s family reportedly went to Turkey, the authorities believe they may have traveled to India after stopping in Turkey.
Spencer said police found a travel visa for one of Rodriguez-Singh’s other six children. Spencer added the visa was obtained a day after authorities conducted a welfare check.
Months after remaining clueless, the police conducted a secondary search of Noel’s home. Authorities used cadaver dogs during Monday’s investigation of the residence, the yard, and inside the family’s home.
The detectives have no reason to believe Noel is dead, but they brought the cadaver dogs out to cover all their bases.
So far, no one has been taken into custody, and no criminal charges have been filed in the case.
The police have urged anyone with anyone information regarding Noel to come forward.