Residents Remain Hopeful About Abby Hernandez’s Return

by Mower on October 21, 2013

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PEOPLE IN CONWAY REMAIN HOPEFUL BUT WORRIED NEARLY TWO WEEKS AFTER A 15-YEAR-OLD TEENAGER DISAPPEARED ON HER WAY HOME FROM KENNETT HIGH SCHOOL.

ABIGAIL HERNANDEZ LEFT KENNETT ON THE AFTERNOON OF OCT 9, 2013 AND WALKED THE SAME ROUTE SHE USUALLY DID TOWARD THE HOUSE SHE SHARED WITH HER MOTHER ZENYA ON VILLAGE WAY. BUT AUTHORITIES SAY SHE NEVER MADE IT HOME – AND SHE HASN’T BEEN SEEN SINCE.

WHAT HAPPENED TO ABIGAIL – WHO TURNED 15 OCT. 12, 2013 – IS DOMINATING DISCUSSIONS AMONG RESIDENTS OF THE VALLEY.

KELLY CANFIELD – A MOTHER OF THREE – SAYS THE ABIGAIL’S DISAPPEARANCE “HITS CLOSE TO HOME.”

ROSEMARIE MADIEROS SAYS SHE PICKED UP HER 11-YEAR-OLD GRANDDAUGHTER FROM SCHOOL THE DAY AFTER ABIGAIL DISAPPEARED, INSTEAD OF LETTING HER RIDE HER BIKE HOME.

ABIGAIL’S MOTHER ZENYA MADE AN EMOTIONAL PLEA FOR HER DAUGHTER’S SAFE RETURN OCT. 17, 2013 AND THE FBI ANNOUNCED AN AWARD OF UP TO $20,000 FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO ABIGAIL’S RECOVERY – OR THE IDENTIFICATION, ARREST AND CONVICTION OF THE PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR HER DISAPPEARANCE.

ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ABOUT ABIGAIL IS ASKED TO CALL THE TOLL-FREE FBI TIPLINE AT 1-800-CALL-FBI OR CONWAY POLICE AT (603) 356-5715.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CASE, SEE www.wmwv.com.

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