The one year anniversary of a missing child Dulce Alavez is here and investigators are no where near a solution. In this age of high technology and advanced investigating, you would think some kind of lead would pop up. Italicized is from the news report, regular font is my opinion.
According to the Amber Alert, which was derived from initial witness accounts, Dulce may have been taken by a light-skinned, possibly Hispanic male who is 5’6″ to 5’8″ tall, thin build, no facial hair, but has acne on his face. He was seen wearing orange sneakers, possibly Nike, red pants, and a black shirt.
A month later, on October 15, 2019, police released a composite sketch, describing the man as Hispanic, roughly 5’7″, slender build, roughly 30-35 years old. He last seen wearing a white T-shirt, blue jeans and a white baseball-style hat.
(The change of description is odd because they are nothing similar. You went from bright clothes to bland clothes)
With no cameras keeping an eye on the area where Dulce was last seen, investigators were left with very few clues.
Now, I don’t know Bridgeton but I know that all of the Turnpikes and GSP have cameras as well as anything leaving the State. There has to be some traffic cameras in the surrounding area. In my opinion, not having a video is more likely the result of not maintaining the cameras. There should be something, I mean I get a ticket if I fail to pay those ridiculous tolls, I get a ticket the next day, with a pic of my face, tag and car, now they don’t have a camera working. There are traffic news cams, weather cams, people’s cars cams, cams we don’t know about and there is no video of this guy. To me there is two possibilities, 1) This person knew everything about this town or 2) It’s complete bullshit, I’m not sure which one it is.
In addition to the thousands of tips and alleged Dulce sightings, police say psychics came forward and three cryptic letters started popping up in the Ohio area; one at a racetrack/casino; one at a library; and another at an ice cream shop, according to NJ.com.
Rodriguez says she became spooked after she received a letter in South Jersey sometime in March. She said she received random scribblings on pieces of paper sent to her P.O. Box … the only thing was, there was no address assigned to the envelope. When Rodriguez asked the post office about it, she says the worker looked up the name and was able to find the closest P.O. box addressed on to the name on the envelope. The notes on the letter had random words like, “Mexico,” “1776,” “campground.”
Those cryptic notes are weird but, with the ongoing boyscouts of America debacle, that is something that might fit or it could have been a white nationalist.
Another thing is that some people believe that the mother is not emotional enough but I am pretty sure she is very “dry” and most likely not the culprit. They did not mention why a little girl who has never ran off before all of a sudden,out of nowhere, drops her ice cream and starts to run towards a person by a building. My guess is, he was on his PHONE. That sudden feeling to just run from a 5 year old, to a person she probably didn’t know, is completely odd. My son used to run away from people, when they didn’t have PHONES. Maybe his PHONE has that same Uber App that makes Uber drivers go crazy. This girl is in a park, this person of interest is 200 maybe three hundred feet away, I don’t know, if he had yelled, then people would have heard and said something. So, magically, this young person starts to run for no reason. My theory is pretty straight forward. I think you get it.
As I was writing this, I was apologized to twice and told to let it go twice. I will also add that in this region, there seems to be a lot of problems with people taking advantage of people with questionable immigration status. That would be one place where I would look.