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Center says Abigail at 'extremely high risk'
Conway police notified the national non-profit agency Oct. 10 of Hernandez’s disappearance. The center classified Hernandez, 15, as “endangered missing,” assigned her a case management team, and sent a Team Adam expert to assist local law enforcers, Lowery said.
NCMEC is a national, non-profit agency based in Alexandria, Va., that works with law enforcement and families on issues related to missing children and sexual exploitation.
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