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December 26. 2013 12:48AM

Parents of Abigail Hernandez send Christmas wishes for her return

CONWAY — The parents of missing 15-year-old Abby Hernandez each sent Christmas cards to their daughter, who has been missing since Oct. 9.
Zenya and Ruben Hernandez, who are divorced, each posted e-cards on their Facebook pages. Zenya Hernandez posted hers on her page Monday night; Ruben Hernandez posted his on his page on Wednesday.

"Abby I am assuming that you did run away," her father wrote. "And as I said in my first letter it is very important for you to know that nobody is angry with you, and you are not in any trouble. Everybody is very worried about you and we all want you to come home."

"Merry Christmas Abby! Big hugs! My letter to Santa asked for you this year! I hope he makes my dream come true," Zenya Hernandez wrote.

Ruben Hernandez said he was glad to hear of the letter that Abigail wrote to her mother after she disappeared. At the request of law enforcement investigators, Zenya Hernandez has not released the contents of the letter.
"I was so happy and relieved when I heard that your mother received a letter from you. It was answered prayer that you are OK. It gave me so much hope, and I know that a lot of people who are very worried about you were also happy and relieved to hear that you contacted your mother.

"I have been hoping and praying that I am going to hear from you. Please write to me Sweetheart. There isn't anything in this world that I want more than to receive a letter or a phone call from you. It would be the second greatest Christmas gift that I could ever hope to receive. The first would be you coming home.
"If you do write to me, and want it kept private just say so and I will respect that, and I will not make it public. I will only share it with (Senior Associate Attorney General) Jane Young, and I am sure that she would also respect your privacy," Ruben Hernandez wrote.

Zenya Hernandez, who has made several pleas to her daughter in past weeks, said Abigail's older sister Sarah made cookies."Sarah is making gingerbread cookies, and they are mostly snowmen!" she said.

"Pray you walk through the door, Abby, and I will always love you, Mom."

dseufert@newstote.com


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