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Family flees the country after claiming to have sold missing son at the supermarket, called him 'evil' and 'possessed'

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A strange story of a missing boy in Texas whose mother said she sold him at a supermarket has become an investigation of a death. Witnesses state that the mother called the boy "possessed," according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez was officially reported missing on March 20, 2023, but the boy reportedly has not been seen since at least October 2022

According to a warrant, a relative claimed that the boy's mother, Cindy Rodriguez-Singh, told her mother that she sold the boy at a supermarket called the "Fiesta Market." The date of the alleged child sale is not known, but the mother allegedly said that the woman who bought the boy threatened to report her to child protective services if she tried to get him back.

Rodriguez-Singh reportedly lives with her husband and their seven children in a converted shed in the back yard of a house that they also partially live in.

The last time the 6-year-old was seen was shortly after his mother gave birth to twin girls in October 2022. The boy appeared unhealthy and malnourished, according to witnesses.

Police interviews reported by the Forth Worth Star-Telegram reveal that witnesses state the mother said the boy was "evil" and "possessed by a demon," and because of this she thought he might harm his infant sisters. Reports also state that the child had developmental and physical disabilities, including a serious lung condition, and has seen speech therapists in the past.

Investigators learned that Rodriguez-Singh had allegedly even asked a friend if she could borrow the friend's child to pretend to be her son at a medical appointment, in order to continue receiving government benefits for him.

During the investigation, the mother had told police that the child was living with his biological father in Mexico, but police determined this was not true after speaking with the father. Upon returning the next day to question Rodriguez-Singh further, police say the family had disappeared.

Authorities later learned that the entire family, except for the missing boy, flew from Dallas, Texas, to India on travel visas.

The investigation into the boy's disappearance is now being treated as a search for a dead body, as investigators have concluded from their evidence that the young boy is no longer alive.

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