An “substantial” search for a missing out on11- year-old boy in California ended simply hours after it began Saturday when police found the kid’s body– and his death was being examined as suspicious, the Placerville Authorities Department stated in a news release Sunday.
Roman Anthony Lopez was reported missing Saturday early morning after he vanished from his home, cops wrote on Facebook while the search was continuous. Authorities later stated multiple companies had canvassed the area looking for the missing out on boy.
Next-door neighbors explained the massive effort carried out around the young boy’s home to Fox 40 Sacramento
Roman Anthony Lopez’s body was discovered hours after he disappeared.
( Placerville Police Department)
” The Placerville police came over and I assisted them get access to the residential or commercial property behind us and we browsed all the trailers and things out back there that might be appealing for an 11- year-old boy to hide up in,” Ed, a neighbor who determined himself only by his first name, informed the station.
Following the discovery of Roman’s body, detectives cordoned off a house in the area with yellow crime scene tape, the Placerville Mountain Democrat reported.
Two pickup on the residential or commercial property had their doors opened as detectives left what seemed yellow proof markers inside, the paper stated.
The department held a press conference Sunday but didn’t release further details or take any questions.
Authorities would not provide a cause of death or state where the body was found.
Placerville lies about 45 miles east of Sacramento.