Breaking 6-year-old Missing After Being Left on International Flight

Breaking: 6-year-old Missing After Being Left on International Flight

Police say the search for a 6-year-old boy from Texas who was the subject of an Amber Alert over the weekend is still going on, even though his family left him behind when they took a flight to another country.

The Texas Department of Public Safety says that Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez has not been seen since November when he left his home in Everman. Everman has about 2,100 people and is about 10 miles south of Fort Worth. It is in Tarrant County.

The Everman Police Department said that an Amber Alert for Noel was sent out just after midnight on Saturday morning. Around 9 p.m. Saturday, it was changed to an Endangered Missing Persons alert.

Police say the boy’s family left the U.S. without him on a Turkish Airlines flight two days before the Amber Alert was issued.

Law enforcement said that Noel has serious disabilities, including a long-term lung disease, which means he needs medical care and sometimes oxygen therapy.

Family’s Pickup Truck Was Found; They Could Have Gone to India

During a press conference on Monday, Everman Police Chief Craig Spencer said that investigators found Noel’s mother Cindy Rodriguez-2012 Singh’s Chevrolet pickup truck at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport, where the family left last week for Turkey. The SUV was taken to a safe place and checked there.

Breaking 6-year-old Missing After Being Left on International Flight

Spencer said that one of Rodriguez-other Singh’s six children’s travel visas was found inside. Spencer also said that the visa was gotten one day after the authorities did a welfare check and found that family members may have gone to India after stopping in Turkey.

Spencer said, “We have reason to think that the family has gone back to India.”

Police Search Home

On Monday, police said they were doing a second search at the family’s home. On Monday, the house, yard, and inside the family’s home, which is a large converted shed in the yard behind another house, were all searched with cadaver dogs.

Spencer said that the shed is a one-room space where the whole family of nine lived.

He said that a man lives in the main house and that he has been helping with the investigation. He also said that the police could search the property.

Spencer said that there is no reason for detectives to think that Noel is dead, but they brought out the cadaver dog “to cover all our bases.”

So far, no charges have been brought against anyone. Anyone who knows where the boy might be is asked to call the police.

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