loading
×
×
×
×
×

Bring Abby Home

by Anna Castillo category: Cause

“ABIGAIL "ABBY" HERNANDEZ IS STILL MISSING! Please help raise awareness for ABIGAIL and support THE HERNANDEZ FAMILY. http://thndr.it/1d3TXS8

profile image
Anna Castillo
Supporters
561 of 500
112% of goal supported
Social Reach
1,041,533
People
Time Left
Complete
Ends Jan 15, 12:00 PM EST

Complete

This campaign ended on January 15 at 12PM

Bring Abby Home

Abby’s Story

Abigail Hernandez has been missing since Wednesday October 9, 2013 when she was last seen leaving Kennett High School in North Conway, NH at 2:30 PM. Abby is 5’4 and weighs 118 lbs She has long brown hair and brown eyes and was wearing black leggings, a grey and black striped sweater and black boots when she was last seen.

Please call 1-800-CALL-FBI or the Conway PD at 603-356-5715 with any information to help find Abby and bring her home. No piece of information is too small, please call if you know anything.

Abby's story has captured the hearts of people across the country and we all want her safely home. Please share this website with your friends to continue to get her story out there.

Timeline until Disappearance & Other Facts

hernandez-2

This timeline is taken from the official FBI Timeline document

10/9/13 – Abigail Confirmed at School

2:29pm:  Abigail seen leaving school wearing black leggings, black boots, dark colored striped sweater, walking through Field Hockey field, down Eagles Way to power line trail

2:30pm – 2:35pm:  Abigail seen walking on powerline trail from Eagles Way

2:23pm – 2:53pm:  A series of text messages exchanged between Abigail and a friend/classmate

2:53pm:  Last text sent by Abigail to same friend

3:07pm:  Last known contact between the cell phone and the cellular network was on West Side of Cranmore Mountain

2:40pm – 3:30pm:  Multiple UNCONFIRMED reports of an individual matching Abigail’s description walking on North-South Highway between rotary and Settler’s Green entry

 

Abigail has previously walked home from school – despite previous reporting, no confirmation that she ever made it to her home on October 9, 2013.

Abigail’s previous after-school travel pattern confirmed via interviews and security camera videos along route between Kennett High School and residence.

__________________

ABBY’S CELL PHONE

Abby had a white iPhone 5 with a pink and grey Otterbox style case. The FBI is still looking for information about the phone’s whereabouts. People have mentioned they aren’t sure exactly what type of phone to look for and wish they had an exact picture. Here is what I would suggest- if you find an iPhone, contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI. If you find a phone case that is some shade of pink or grey, contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI. Ideally, you don’t touch it but if you have already picked it up, make sure you note your exact location.

________________________________________

DID ABBY RUN AWAY OR WAS SHE ABDUCTED?

There has been nothing officially said about Abby’s disappearance confirming whether she was abducted or whether she ran away. If you have any information you know regarding whether she ran away or whether she was abducted, please contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

________________________________________

PRESS CONFERENCE – DECEMBER 6
On December 6th a Press Conference was held where is revealed that Abby wrote a letter to her mom in late October which was received in early November and was shared with authorities.  Watch the whole press conference here.  As part of that press conference it was noted that there are two articles she may have on her- a white purse and a necklace.  Below are photos of both of those items.

Important points from that Press Conference:
Officials from several law enforcement agencies asked that members of the community be vigilant and pay attention to their surroundings, in the hopes that someone will spot Abigail and alert authorities.
“We are asking you look at your neighbor. Look at the girls next door. Look at your church. Is there somebody that you haven’t seen before?” Associate Attorney Jane Young said on Friday.

Jane Young, the Assistant Attorney General again conveyed the importance of people sharing her photo and story and getting out posters.  She also emphasized the importance of being vigilant in your own community.

White purse:

Purse

 

Necklace:

Necklace

Organizer

Anna Castillo

We need to bring awareness to ALL the missing!

Thunderous Supporters
profile pic

Lessig@MaydayPAC
275,271 Connections

profile pic

Margs
14,740 Connections

profile pic

DEMAND HUMAN RIGHTS
12,489 Connections

profile pic

kelly ☮ ♥ Ⓥ
5,975 Connections

Recent Supporters
profile pic

Heather Wood
over 2 years ago

profile pic

Gretchen Vermeulen
over 2 years ago

profile pic

Andrew Rollings
over 2 years ago

profile pic

Gordon Edwards
over 2 years ago

profile pic

Susan Manley Morgan
over 2 years ago

profile pic

Heather Dube
over 2 years ago

profile pic

Amanda LaClair Caron
over 2 years ago

profile pic

Becky
over 2 years ago

×