LUMBERTON, N.C. (WTVD) –
With her predecessor alongside her, Hania Noelia Aguilar's mother said she was desperate the kidnap from her daughter.
"I have no words to describe how I feel," Elsa Hernandez told ABC11 in an exclusive interview.
Hernandez, who speaks Spanish, said she is sure that her daughter will be found safe.
The FBI said that 13-year-old Hania was abducted outside her home on Monday morning at the Rosewood Mobile Home Park in Lumberton. The predecessor of the family, the Venerable Giovanni Romero, said that Hania warmed up her family's Ford Expedition for school when a man in a bandana pushed her into the SUV and took her up.
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Hernandez has this message for the kidnapper of Hania:
"Bring her back to me because I miss her," Hernandez said. "She is a good, sweet girl."
Hania's stepfather, Miguel Barrera, said they had no idea who could have taken Hania.
Hernandez knows that the authorities have found the SUV. But now, everything she wants is her daughter back.
& # 39; I need her, & # 39; said Hernandez. "I am suffering for her, her sisters too."
Rev. Giovanni Romero, of the St. Andrew Catholic Church at Red Springs, said they would hold a vigil there at 7:00 pm to pray for the safe return of Hania. Hania and her family are parishioners there. This is what he said in Spanish. # ABC11 pic.twitter.com/t7xwnT3tZH
– Gloria Rodriguez (@ GloriaABC11) November 8, 2018
Romero said she will have a vigil to pray for her safe return Friday night at 7 o'clock in the evening. at the family church, St. Andrew Catholic Church, 301 Mercer Ave. in Red Springs.
Meanwhile family and authorities ask everyone with information to call the tip line: (910) 272-5871.
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