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FBI: Abigail Hernandez Made Contact With Her Mother In October

The FBI released new information about missing teenager Abigail Hernandez Friday morning.
CONCORD, N.H. - The FBI released new information about missing teenager Abigail Hernandez Friday morning.

According to the FBI, a letter was sent from Abigail Hernandez to her mother in October. The letter was written on October 22, postmarked on October 23. Abigail's mother received the letter on November 6.

Abigail has not made contact with her mother since.

The FBI would not disclose the contents of the letter, where it was postmarked, or how long it is. They are afraid someone may try to send fake letters pretending to be Abigail.

Law enforcement asking people to check their communities to see if they recognize anyone new to the area. They are urging Abigail or anyone who may have her to make contact with them or family members.

FBI says the investigation is still wide open and they are concerned for Abigail's safety.

Abigail was last seen leaving Kennett High School. Based on a K-9 Search, investigators believe Hernandez walked back to her home on Village Way before she disappeared.

She is described as Hispanic, 5’4”, 118 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes, and light olive complexion. Hernandez was last seen wearing black yoga or stretch pants and a grey sweatshirt.

Anyone with information regarding Hernandez’ whereabouts is urged to call Conway Police at 603-356-5717 or can call the FBI’s tip line at 1-800-CALL-FBI. Tips can also be reported online at www.tips.fbi.gov.
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