Hernandez’ Mother Records Video Message To Missing Daughter

by Cooper on January 16, 2014

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IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN THREE MONTHS SINCE 15-YEAR-OLD CONWAY TEENAGER ABIGAIL HERNANDEZ DISAPPEARED AFTER LEAVING KENNETT HIGH SCHOOL OCT. 9, 2013.

NOW HER MOTHER ZENYA HERNANDEZ HAS RECORDED A SHORT AND EMOTIONAL VIDEO ADDRESSED TO ABIGAIL CALLED “A VIDE MESSAGE FROM MOM TO ABBY.”

THE VIDEO CAN BE VIEWED ONLINE AT www.bringabbyhome.com, THE WEBSITE THAT CONTAINS INFORMATION ABOUT THE ONGOING SEARCH FOR ABIGAIL HERNANDEZ AND SUGGESTS ACTIONS MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC CAN TAKE TO ASSIST IN THE SEARCH FOR HER.

AUTHORITIES CONTINUE TO CALL IT A “MISSING PERSONS” CASE.

THE FBI IS OFFERING A REWARD OF UP TO $20,000 FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO ABIGAIL’S RECOVERY OR THE IDENTIFICATION, ARREST AND CONVICTION OF ANY PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR HER DISAPPEARANCE.

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

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