A police sketch of the man who may have driven Abigail Hernandez away on Oct. 9.
CONWAY – Authorities have released a sketch of a man who they say may be responsible for driving Abigail Hernandez away when she disappeared on Oct. 9.
Investigators say the man depicted in the sketch drove her away on Oct. 9 between 2:20p.m.-3:00 pm. At the time, the man was driving a navy blue pick-up truck on North South Road in Conway, north of the rotary.
Investigators say they are not sure if the man took Abigail against her will.
As law enforcement officials try to get a firm understanding of how Abigail Hernandez disappeared, where she has been for the past nine months, and how she returned, social media has been buzzing with theories and negative comments about the formerly missing teen.
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