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Abigail's mother pleads for her to come home
She read the following statement from a yellow note pad:
I believe you are out there somewhere watching and listening to me right now. I miss you and love you so much more than you can imagine. I feel your absence every day. You belong at home with me. Abby, you are a strong woman and I am staying strong for you. You are courageous, you are smart, and you are beautiful. Abby, you matter to me. I believe that you are alive and I know that hope speaks louder than fear, it is my hope that you can reach out to me. I feel your absence every day and I want you home with me. I will do anything and everything in my power to help make your dreams come true. Abby, I keep having a dream where you come home and I give you the biggest hug ever. I know in my heart this dream means something and that it matters. I pray to god it will come true.
Senior Associate Attorney Jane Young said law enforcement's hope is that Abigail, who was last seen on Oct. 9, will be home by Thanksgiving.
Anyone with information about her is asked to call the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.
Click here to read a copy of the letter written to Abigail by her mother.
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