Everman police release photos of Noel’s family fleeing the country, search video

New photos showing the family of missing 6-year-old Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez fleeing the country were released Friday by the Everman Police Department.

Noel was first reported missing in March when Texas Child Protective Services received an anonymous tip that the boy had not been seen since October. An Amber Alert was issued on March 25.

Everman Police posted stills from surveillance video of Noel’s mother, Cindy Rodriguez-Singh, and stepfather, Arshdeep Singh, with her siblings at Dallas International Airport on Facebook. Fort Worth when they fled the country in March to India days before the Amber Alert. published.

Authorities moved the search to a death inquest on April 6, saying evidence indicates the boy is likely dead. Noel’s remains have not been found.

Cindy and Arshdeep began researching trips to India in early November, police say, based on their evidence. Arshdeep stole $10,000 from his employer shortly before his family left Dallas on a flight to India, investigators found in financial records.

They are both charged with child endangerment and child abandonment. Arshdeep is also charged with criminal theft.

Police searched a patio in the backyard of the house where Noel's family lived, where dogs alerted to the smell of human remains.  The patio was paid for by Noel's mother, Cindy Rodriguez-Singh.  Everman Police

Police searched a patio in the backyard of the house where Noel’s family lived, where dogs alerted to the smell of human remains. The patio was paid for by Noel’s mother, Cindy Rodriguez-Singh. Everman Police

Police also released body camera footage of dogs Friday alerting to the scent of human remains at a dig site under a backyard patio – recently built and paid for by Cindy – at the house where the family lived. The video also shows the dogs alerting on a rug that police say was thrown by Arshdeep into a dumpster behind a convenience store where he worked and later found by officers.

“Additional investigators have joined the task force to conduct a thorough review of the investigation to ensure nothing has been overlooked or missed,” Everman Police said in the post Friday. “These investigators have been extremely diligent in their work to move this case forward and ultimately seek justice for Noel.”

On April 22, police and volunteers conducted a large-scale ground search at multiple sites in Everman. Investigators also combed through financial, medical and other records.

“Unfortunately, we have no new information that we can release at this time. Throughout this matter, we have endeavored to be as transparent and communicative as possible. We will continue to do so as information becomes available. and may be released. We appreciate everyone’s understanding and support as we continue to work through this,” the police said.

There have been no updates on the whereabouts of the mother and stepfather after they fled the country, police said, but they believe additional charges would help extradite Noel’s parents to the states. -United.

Anyone with information related to the case is asked to call Everman Police at (817) 293-2923.

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