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FBI remain 'concerned' for Hernandez, plan to share new information
"There is additional information in the investigation that we want to pass on to the public," Senior Assistant Attorney General Jane E. Young said Thursday. She would not comment on the nature of the information.
"We are still actively investigating this case. I can confirm she has not been found," Young said last night.
Comcowich referred to this statement in the press release issued late Thursday afternoon: "Abigail Hernandez has not been found. New investigative details about the search for Hernandez will be provided during the press conference."
New Hampshire Union Leader Staff Reporter Kathryn Marchocki contributed to this report.
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