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Las Vegas police are looking for the mother of a seven-year-old boy who was found killed on a footpath.

Liam Husted, of San Jose, California, was found dead near a freeway 10 days ago, but has not yet been identified.

Murder Suspect

Her mother, Samantha Moreno Rodríguez, 35, was last seen alone in a Denver area hotel on May 31 by Lt. Colonel “Lt. Ray Spencer of the Las Vegas Police Department.

Samantha Moreno Rodriguez is now wanted in Las Vegas on a murder warrant, Spencer said.

The police officer said it was clear the boy was killed, but he didn’t say how Liam died on Monday.

Describing a “heartbreaking conversation” with the boy’s father, Spencer claimed he was not suspected of killing him.

“This investigation has a lot of moving parts,” the homicide lieutenant told reporters. “He’s extremely active and continuous,” he said, but didn’t say why the idea that Rodriguez could have killed Liam.

“There is nothing to indicate previous abuse that we know of,” he said.

The mother and son left San Jose on May 24 in a dark blue 2007 Dodge Caliber sedan with the back seat full of things, Spencer said.

A family friend told San José police on Friday that she hadn’t seen Samantha Moreno Rodriguez or Liam for more than a week and recognized the boy from a description made by and by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children distributed to the media.

Liam and Samantha Moreno Rodriguez were spotted in Laguna Beach, California, and Victorville, California, a town on Interstate 15 about 190 miles southwest of Las Vegas, on May 26, Spencer said.

Liam’s body was found behind a bush just after sunrise on May 28, at the start of a trail on the main highway between Las Vegas and rural Pahrump.

It became the centerpiece of an intense public campaign that Thursday included an FBI offer of up to $ 10,000 to identify information about him and his attacker.

Spencer didn’t say if anyone was eligible for the reward, and no FBI officials spoke to reporters on Monday.

Police are still trying to find out where the mother and baby were on May 26, Spencer said.

Police believe the body was dumped near State Route 160 after sunset on May 27.

Before Liam was identified, authorities released digitally enhanced images of an unidentified child developed by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, based on images shared by the coroner.

Per released Thursday, June 3, along with news of a $ 10,000 reward for anyone with information about the child’s identity.

The renders drew a vivid image of an 8-10 year old Hispanic boy named John ‘Little Zion’ Doe, who later turned out to be Liam Husted.

The boy’s body was discovered by a group of hikers on May 28 at around 7:30 am. at the Mountain Springs Trailhead near the 20-mile marker on State Route 160 between the cities of Las Vegas and Pahrump.

The Las Vegas Metro Police Department and the FBI’s Las Vegas Division claim the boy was killed.

They believe the body was found within 24 hours of his death.

“I was shocked,” said Shawna Burke, 63, who lives near where the body was buried, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Nothing ever happens here.

The images were created in Adobe Photoshop and authorities hoped to identify the child more quickly thanks to the details drawn by the artists.

Colin McNally, director of images at NCMEC, told KVVU in Las Vegas that the images “open the eyes, somehow remove tissue damage and change the perspective of the image to be vertical.” .

“These images are really important to make sure we capture what this baby would look like; It is not just about creating a face that we can express with chance, but it is based on the image we have, made very specific for this child. “… following the information in the case in hopes that someone will recognize him and return the baby’s name,” McNally said.