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By Janelle Griffith
The stolen SUV authorities were used in the kidnapping of a 1
3-year-old North Carolina girl on Monday morning has been laughing but teenage is still missing, said officials.
The Green Ford Expedition Hania Noleia Aguilar 2002 was forced to monday morning outside her home found Thursday just before 8 o’clock on ET from Quincey Road in Lumberton, North Carolina, FBI spokeswoman Shelley Lynch told
Hania Noelia Aguilar FBI
On Wednesday, the authorities released more photos and a video of the vehicle caught in a surveillance camera in Lumberton, North Carolina, just minutes after Hania’s kidnapping.
Hania, an eighth grade, was abducted outside her home at 7 o’clock on ET on Monday when she waited for the rest of her family to come out to go to school, author Ities said. An Amber Alert was issued to Hania later that day.
A 911 caller told an operator on Monday that the car was already driving when Hania was taken off a male dressed in all blacks and wearing a yellow bandana over his face.  The FBI announced Tuesday that the agency offers a reward of up to $ 15,000 for information that helps to find Hania.