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AG continues investigation in search for missing Abby Hernandez
Friends of Abigail Hernandez make a banner telling her of their love. (COURTESY)
Senior Associate Attorney General Jane Young said investigators from the state police, the Conway police department and the FBI continue to work in North Conway and from a distance to find Hernandez, who was last seen walking home from Kennett High School on Oct. 9.
"The team of investigators has been looking at certain pieces of evidence, and they continue to have dialogue with (Hernandez's mother, Zenya Hernandez)," Young said.
"This isn't a case where we've reached the end," she said. "There remains a lot of activity in this case."
On Wednesday night, the anniversary of Abigail's disappearance, Zenya Hernandez and a group of friends gathered at the Hernandez home in North Conway.
"We want Abby to know that we will never stop looking for her. We will never lose hope," Smith said.
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