Skip to comments.DAY 6: FBI offers $20K reward in case of kidnapped Lumberton teen (Hania Noelia Aguilar - NC)
Posted on 11/10/2018 7:08:06 AM PST by bgill
The FBI said investigators need help to identify a person seen walking near the area where a 13-year-old Lumberton girl was abducted on Nov. 5. The FBI released a new missing person poster for Hania Noelia Aguilar on Friday. On the poster, the photos that show Hania wearing red were taken the day before the abduction. Authorities have offered a $20,000 reward for information that leads to finding Hania.
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PLEASE God let this one be the exception to the rule and she is still alive and will be found.
This is a nightmare for a parent. Actually, there should be a new word for what this does to a parent as no existing ones do it justice.
Will pray about this situation.
was it noncustodial parent?
She was waiting on the rest of the family to come outside and drive to school when a witness saw a man dressed in all black and wearing a yellow bandana force Hania into a relatives SUV that was parked in the driveway.
Do you even read the articles you post?
Honestly, to me, this sounds planned. How else would he know when to come and know that the car would have the keys in it?
No. It's being investigated as a stranger abduction.
Probably won't end well.
Maybe thats their normal morning routine?
A whole 20k? Wow...
Hoping the girl survives this.
The penalty for doing this cannot be severe enough > IMO.
From the video, it appears to be a city street. The man appears to be walking down a sidewalk, so it’s not suburbia.
Poorly prepared. Everyone in my family knows they have to kill you where you stand.
I have heard there is an active serial killer in this area. Does anyone know if this poor girl’s abduction is consistent with others in the area??
I couldn’t find anything on that, but I did find this:
“I dont see you on this board often. In fact I never remember seeing your name.
Now go the #$@#$ back to whatever bed you woke from and go back to sleep.”
There is no suburbia in Lumberton.
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