Friends of the missing North Conway teenager Abigail Hernandez are reaching out to her through video and letters posted on the website dedicated to the search for her.
The 15-year-old was last seen leaving Kennett High School in early October, 2013 in what authorities continue to refer to as a missing persons case.
On the website www.bringabbyhome.com one writer who signs a letter “from your core class buddy” writes “I miss our English table. I miss helping you with vocab. Some days are extremely harder than others. Those days are when you are the only thing on my mind all day… I just want to see you again so badly.”
Another writes “Ever since you left, a blanket of depression has covered everyone in the school.”
Another writes “Hey Abby. If you’re watching this, I miss you. I need you back. There’s nobody else like you.”
The website includes video and audio messages to Abigail from her friends and her mother, Zenya Hernandez.
Authorities say Zenya got a letter from Abigail in the fall of 2013 they believe is authentic but they have not disclosed its contents. Authorities also say they believe someone is with Abigail, but they worry she may be in danger.
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $20,000 for information leading to Abigail’s recovery – or information, identification, arrest and conviction of any person(s) responsible for her disappearance.
Anyone who has information about Abigail is asked to call the toll-free FBI tipline at 1-800-CALL-FBI or Conway Police at (603) 356-5715.