Dulce Maria Alavez was 5 years old when she disappeared on Sept. 16, 2019. Police say she was last seen in a park in Bridgeton, N.J. Authorities say there is no reason to believe that Dulce is not still alive but they have not said who could have taken her. Her father, who was deported to Mexico in 2018, has denied involvement in her disappearance.
Dulce Maria Alavez
'Dulce's Tree & Garden' to keep missing girl's face visible
A fence that was also a backstop for a baseball field and became the focal point of her disappearance and was filled with posters, ribbons, pictures and flowers.
Family listens to psychic who says missing girl was raped, buried
A purported psychic says a missing Dulce Maria Alavez was raped, strangled and buried behind her elementary school.
'Nobody spontaneously disappears,' FBI says about Dulce Alavez
The FBI and Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office say the investigation is still active but have no updates in the case.
Missing 37 days: NJ girl's family battles cynics, GoFundMe scams
The family said they will hold another search on Sunday and also go door to door with fliers in hopes of locating the five-year-old girl.
Cops want to talk to this man about missing 5-year-old Dulce
Prosecutors stressed that the man is a possible witness and not a suspect or person of interest.
5-year-old Dulce missing for 4 weeks: What we know so far
After nearly a month investigators say they don't have a lot of evidence indicating where Dulce Alavez has gone.
Mom: I was scratching lottery tix when girl went missing
Noema Alavez Perez asked for the safe return of her daughter Dulce and asked people to stop spreading rumors.
How NJ cops decide whether to use Amber Alerts for missing kids
In New Jersey and across the country, the issuance of an Amber Alert doesn't occur until three criteria are met.
Teacher should not be fired for Mexican parenting comment
Would she be in trouble had she phrased it in a different way?
NJ teacher in trouble over comment about Mexicans, missing girl
An investigation was launched after the Vineland school district was made aware of the comment in a discussion.