Family Mourns His Absence a Month After His Disappearance

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February 1

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Dulce María Alavez's mother offered an interview, one month after the disappearance of her daughter, in which she expressed the sadness of not having found her little girl. Last Tuesday, the prosecution released a spoken portrait of a person who could have valuable information about the girl's whereabouts. Dulce María's mother is pregnant again and confesses that she felt a great sadness when she knew she would be a girl, because having a younger sister was what her daughter wanted.

Dulce María Alavez's mother offered an interview, one month after the disappearance of her daughter, in which she expressed the sadness of not having found her little girl.

“We do not understand why this happened to us. Sometimes it is really hard to believe that this has happened to our family, ”Noema Alavez Pérez told NBC sadly.

The relatives of the child still keep their room intact, as well as hopes of finding it. "It has really been difficult for us because she has always been at home with my mother," he said.

The little girl has left a big void, but her relatives hope to meet her again. “He is very calm now without her,” said Alavez Pérez. "I have faith in God that he will bring her back safe and sound," he added.

Dulce María's mother is pregnant again and confesses that she felt a great sadness when she knew she would be a girl, because having a younger sister was what her daughter wanted.

Progress on the disappearance of the girl Dulce María Alavez

Last Tuesday, the prosecution released a spoken portrait of a person who could have valuable information about the girl's whereabouts.

Officers also showed the image to relatives. “My mom and I don't recognize that person. They say they asked a witness who was in the park and saw that man with two children ”; the mother told Telemundo.

The authorities continue to investigate. They have reviewed the area and followed more than 1,000 tracks. They have interviewed relatives, including the father of the child living in Mexico, and some witnesses. They have even checked the records of registered sex offenders.

Although they have not found the child, they do not lose hope. "We have not given up and we hope to determine the circumstances that led to Dulce's disappearance," said Jennifer Webb-McRae, a Cumberland county prosecutor, reviewed the channel.

Police identify kidnapping suspect

The five-year-old girl disappeared at City Park in Bridgeton, New Jersey, on September 16.

The police offered some information about the suspect. He was described as: a Hispanic man with fair skin, seemed to be between 5 feet and 6 inches at 5 feet and 8 inches tall. It was of thin build, without facial hair and signs of acne on the face. In addition, he wore orange sport shoes, red pants and black shirt.

Dulce María is currently one of the most wanted by the FBI for kidnapping victims.

In fact, the Federal Bureau of Investigation originally offered a $ 40,000 reward. However, the figure increased for those who can offer information on the location of the child. Currently, the fixed agency rewards her at $ 52,000, hoping to find Dulce María.

The police expect community participation. They request that everyone who has information about the girl, the suspect or the witness should contact them. However small the detail may seem, it may allow progress in research.

If you have any data that can serve this case you can call 856-451-0033. You can also send a text message to that same number with the nomenclature TIP411 and add the word Bridgeton. The number 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324) is also open for direct online communication with the FBI.

Bridgeton Police Department

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