Lumberton, N.C. – The green SUV that was stolen at the start of this week during the kidnapping of a thirteen year old Lumberton was found on Thursday, but Hania Noelia Aguilar's research continued into the night.
Investigators were going from house to house along Quincey Drive, talking to locals to look for clues to the girl's whereabouts.
Aguilar, an eighth grader from Lumberton Junior High School, was kidnapped Monday by a man dressed in black and wearing a yellow bandana while outside his family home in Rosewood Mobile Home Park located at 3525 E. Elizabethtown Road .
The Lumberton police chief, Michael McNeil and the FBI, said the stolen vehicle was found on Thursday just before 8 am on Quincey Drive in Lumberton. The Evidence Response Team of the FBI was ready to process the test vehicle, investigators said.
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"We also hope that we can get forensic information about the SUV driver," said FBI agent Andy DeLarocha.
Federal investigators have asked that anyone who lives or runs a company in the area and who owns a video surveillance camera system calls the FBI's flagship line at 910-272-5871.
The FBI also released a surveillance video showing what appears to be a man walking in the area where the girl was taken.
Investigators said the man was walking south on Lambeth Street before turning north on the NC 41 to the mobile park where the girl lived with her family. Anyone who has seen the person is He was invited to call the tip line.
"Pedestrian traffic at that time of day was actually very light, and this is actually the only individual we saw walking at that time of day in this part of the neighborhood," he said DeLarocha.
Investigators say that finding the SUV is an important break even if Aguilar's research continues.
"This is a piece that will hopefully lead to the rest of the puzzle," DeLarocha said.
The SBI of the FBI and North Carolina joined the research, and a $ 15,000 reward is offered.
Many people, including bereaved mourners for the teenager, met Wednesday night to hold a vigil and ask her to come home safe and sound.
"I do not know who you are, but I know you have a heart," Hania's mother said.
Police said the man forced girl in his family's 2002 Ford Expedition Green, which is registered at Velasquez Hernan dez, aunt of Hania, of Summerville, SC
The SUV, which has South Carolina, the NWS-984 plate number was seen leaving the mobile community on Monday morning.
The authorities on Wednesday said surveillance cameras captured photos and videos of the stolen SUV, which has paint on the hood and a Clemson sticker on the rear window.
The forces of the order have actively encouraged anyone who has information about the case a
The number of the peak line: 910-272-5871
Las autoridades consiguen camioneta usada en el secuestro of Hania Aguilar
The green truck que fue robada during The secret of a life of 13 years in Lumberton has sido encontrada, según las auto ridades.
Hania Noelia Aguilar, a student at Lumberton High School, looking for friendship and fun with an evening dress with an amarilla bandana and her beautiful rental home in Rosewood Mobile Home Park at 3525 E. Elizabethtown Road.
Las autoridades de Lumberton dicen que consiguieron the truck, but siguen buscando a la joven.
El FBI and SBI de North Carolina est asistiendo en la búsqueda y hay a recompensa de $ 15,000.