Hania Aguilar missing Lumberton, North Carolina
Nov 8, 2018 – The SUV has been found about 10 miles from the park. The police will process it looking for any clues.
“Someone called 911 and said they saw the vehicle backed up in the woods,” Lumberton Police Chief McNeil said during the press conference. “We immediately secured the scene. There is an incredible amount of investigative work going on to find Hania. That’s our main goal right now.” The FBI is seeking the identity of the person in the video below.
Police are searching for Hania Aguilar, 13, who was taken from her Lumberton, South Carolina home in Monday. Hania was in the front yard of her home in the Rosewood Mobile Home Park at 3525 E. Elizabethtown Road around 7 a.m. She was there to start a green 2002 Ford Expedition SUV that belonged to her aunt. A man dressed in black clothing and wearing a yellow bandana over his face forced Hania into the car and drove off with her.
The vehicle is a green 2002 Ford Expedition SUV. It has paint peeling from the hood and a Clemson sticker on the rear window. South Carolina tag NWS 984.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or a special Lumberton Police Department tip line at 910-272-5871.