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A 12-year-old boy who was initially reported missing has been found dead at an abandoned warehouse in Jackson, Mississippi on Friday, Nov. 25.

He was identified as Markell Noah. The boy was initially reported as missing to the Jackson Police Department according to deputy chief Deric Hearn, WLBT reported.

Three people were arrested in connection with the death of Noel – two juveniles and a 21-year-old adult. The two boys are being charged with murder while the adult is facing a charge of being an accessory after the fact of murder.

It is being claimed that Noel had died after allegedly playing Russian roulette. The claim is being disputed by the family of the 12-year-old boy.

“If you loved him any way come show his some love,” Sonya, the mother of Noah Markell, posted on Facebook. “We love you baby boy!”

It was added that one of the family members of the deceased sent a text message to the victim at around 2:00 a.m. on the morning he went missing. It was after that when Noel left their home and met with two other boys, Fox News reported.

“If you know him say his name!!” Sonya said. “My baby didn’t deserve that. He was literally a good smart kid,” the grieving mother added.

Jackson Police are currently investigating the matter and are seeking the help of anyone who could have any additional information on the matter.

Anyone with information regarding the events around his death has been urged to contact homicide detectives at (601) 960-1278 or Crimestoppers at (601) 355-8477.

In the latest update on the Noah case, the suspects of the shooting appeared before the court on Monday, Nov. 28. Two of the three suspects have reportedly been charged in connection with another murder, WAPT reported.

A 14-year-old and 17-year-old Eshawn Green were arrested and charged with murder and tampering with evidence. A judge set bond for the 14-year-old at $1 million for the murder charge and $100,000 for the tampering charge.

On the other hand, Green's bond was set at $2 million for the murder charge and $100,000 for the tampering charge.

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