Hania Noelia Aguilar was kidnapped outside his home in Lumberton on the morning of November 5, 2018, the authorities said.The…
Hania Noelia Aguilar was kidnapped outside his home in Lumberton on the morning of November 5, 2018, the authorities said.
The body was found Tuesday afternoon in Robeson County, the FBI said in a statement just a few miles from Hania’s home.
Investigators reported “Missing the Missing Family”, but no confirmation has been made of the body’s identity, the FBI said.
“Please continue praying for Hania, her family and each other as the investigation continues to find out who kidnapped Hania and held them responsible, said the FBI.
Police say someone was driving with Hania in a relative’s SUV who parked in the drive on Monday morning before school, calling on the authorities to issue an Amber Alert for her.
One witness saw a one wearing black and wearing a yellow tire force Hania into the vehicle. The authorities said they had no reason to believe that Hania knew that her abductor and her family cooperated with the investigation.
The stolen SUV was found to abort less than 10 miles from Hania’s home at Rosewood Mobile Home Park, the authorities said.
Lumberton Police and the FBI invited residents with video surveillance systems to save a video recordings, even if they do not see the vehicle in the movie and contact them. Lastly, FBI Charlotte released a photo of Aguilar sneakers who hoped to generate more tips about teenage disappearance.
Police department in Lumberton and the FBI have followed more than 800 leaders, interviewed more than 400 people, and watched surveillance watches since kidnapping, according to officials with the FBI in Charlotte.
A reward for information leading to her has risen to $ 20,000, said Lumberton Michael McNeill, the police chief on Friday.