The FBI is providing a $25,000 reward because it continues trying to find a suspect within the dying of a 13-year-old North Carolina woman, whose physique was discovered practically a month after she went lacking.

The physique of Hania Aguilar was present in water in Robeson County on Nov. 27, about 10 miles south of the cell dwelling park from the place she was kidnapped Nov. 5 after going outdoors to begin a relative’s SUV earlier than faculty.

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That morning, a person wearing black pushed the woman right into a member of the family’s SUV and drove from the scene, investigators mentioned. A witness reported listening to her scream throughout the altercation.

Three days later, a inexperienced Ford Expedition in query was found after somebody noticed it in a wooded space a number of miles south of the woman’s dwelling. Her physique was discovered a number of miles away.

In Lumberton, 4 crime block drop bins across the group are additionally permitting residents to anonymously inform police concerning the case, South Carolina’s WPDE-TV reported.

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“They will make the most of these bins. They don’t should concern of retaliation of handing over a prison b putting info on this field. [They] don’t should put their title on it. We simply want a lead. We’d like some info — some important info,” the Rev. Larry Williams advised the station. “I perceive that there’s nothing achieved below the solar whereby any individual don’t learn about.”

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Williams had developed the bins greater than 20 years in the past for residents to anonymously inform legislation enforcement a few crime, the station reported.

Authorities vowed to proceed their investigation and mentioned their work “won’t cease” till whoever is behind the teenager’s disappearance is introduced “to justice.”

Fox Information’ Elizabeth Zwirz and the Related Press contributed to this report.


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