Alejandra Gomez was found on June 14, 2006.
Missing Toddler Found In Mexico
Authorities on both sides of the US-Mexico border are breathing a collective sigh of relief as Alejandra Gomez returns home to her family.
The 19-month-old little girl was discovered by a family member late in the evening on June 14, 2006, three days after she went missing.
While cops are happy that Alejandra is safe and sound, the search continues for the man they believe abducted her and may also have been responsible for her mother's death.
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Vehicle To Look For:
- Rodriquez is believed to be driving a 1985 Honda Accord, charcoal gray with hood damage on the right side and a broken taillight with clear tape over the bulb.
The license plate number is 1MGA355.
Police are calling Gildardo Rosas Rodriguez a "person-of-interest" in the kidnapping of Alejandra Gomez and the murder of her mother.
Person of Interest
Last updated June 15, 2006
Jun 14, 2006
Missing Toddler Found Safe And Sound
Alejandra Gomez was recovered late Wednesday, June 14, 2006 by a family member in Puebla, Mexico.
Police believe the 19-month-old little girl had been abducted by her murdered mother's estranged husband, Gildardo Rosas Rodriguez.
Police on both sides of the border are still on the lookout for Rodriguez who is also wanted for questioning in the death of Emilia Gomez, Alejandra's mother.