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A father barricaded his front porch with chairs to stop his daughter from wandering down to play on the sidewalk. Parents in this rural community in southern New Jersey have been haunted by the same question for the last two weeks: What happened to little Dulce Maria Alavez? The disappearance of Dulce, 5 — and the possibility she was abducted in the daytime from a local park — has gripped the region, shattering the sense of security intrinsic to any small town. But in Bridgeton, a tight-knit enclave of mostly Latino immigrants, the case has thrust residents into the heated, national discourse over immigration and xenophobia from which they had been mostly insulated. The investigation, resulting in increased attention on Bridgeton, has also heightened fears among undocumented residents of law enforcement and deportation. People are really afraid now. Dulce went missing on the afternoon of Sept.
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