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Police have found the SUV used to abduct a missed NC teenager

November 9, 2018 US 1 Views The vehicle was found just before 8 o'clock on Thursday less than 10 miles…

The vehicle was found just before 8 o’clock on Thursday less than 10 miles from the mobile home park, from which Hania disappeared on Monday, the authorities said.

Investigators asked the public to find a green 2002/2003 Ford Expedition, which was captured on surveillance cameras near Aguilar’s home mines after she was abducted. Someone called 911 and said they saw the vehicle back in the forest, leading to its discovery, the FBI said.

On Thursday, the police said they needed public help again to identify a man who walked in the area from where Hania disappeared.

The FBI released a video showing what it describes as a man wearing light shoes, a light-colored shirt and a hoodie that goes south on Lambert Street and then turns north on Highway 41

/ Elizabethtown Highway towards Rosewood Mobile Home Park.

The FBI agent Andy de la Rocha, surveillance institute said the man is not suspicious or interested.

“We just want to talk to him because he was the only person who walked around that area around that time,” said La Rocha at a press conference on Thursday.

What happened

FBI spokesman Shelley Lynch said that the vehicle is being treated while the authorities are trying to determine details about Hania’s disappearance.

A Spanish-speaking woman and one told a 911 operator on Monday that a man stole SUV, who had gone before a morning trip to school, with a child inside, according to a CNN translation.

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 Hania Noelia Aguilar

Hania is Latin American, about 5 meters long and 125 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes and was last seen with blue jeans and a blue shirt with flowers, according to the FBI, who is investigating the case with the Lumberton Police Department.

Authorities have no reason to believe that Hania felt her escape, they said Wednesday afternoon. The girl’s family cooperates with the investigation, they said.

The FBI offers a reward of $ 15,000 for information that leads to the girl.

Lumberton is located in southeastern North Carolina, near Interstate 95 and is approximately 95 miles from Raleigh.

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