Federal authorities ask for video surveillance in connection with Lumberton kidnapping

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The FBI is asking residents and business owners for video surveillance that might lead them to finding missing teenager, Hania Aguilar, who is believed to have been kidnapped.

On Friday afternoon, the FBI told media outlets that agents and investigators have canvassed a number of areas of interest in Robeson County.

“We have visited some homes and businesses several times to try and make personal contact with people to obtain their surveillance video in an effort to narrow down exactly when and how the stolen SUV got from Rosewood Mobile Home Park to where it was found on Quincey Drive,” the FBI’s news release said.

Authorities say they need any video from Robeson County, specifically along Highway 41/Elizabethtown Road and any side streets, especially along Popes Crossing Road, Wire Grass Road, and Lovett Road. 

Hania was reportedly kidnapped from her front yard on November 5.

The FBI has conducted hundreds of interviews and followed up on nearly 1,000 leads, but Hania remains missing.

The combined reward for information in the case recently increased to $30,000.

You’re asked to call the tip line at 910-272-5871 if you have any information that might help.

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