6 month anniversary of missing Conway teen

6 month anniversary of missing Conway teen

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“No matter what, we won’t stop looking.”  Those are the closing words of a message posted on the website –  Bring Abby home.  Wednesday will mark six months since Abby Hernandez was last seen, and her mother has released a new statement vowing to keep searching for the missing 15-year-old.

“Wednesday will be six months. Six months since we last saw Abby. We dread it, but hope that maybe we won’t have to face this day. We hope, as we hope every day, that today will be the day when we see Abby.

Each day comes and goes, and the new day arrives, with its new hope, and then the hope dies. We reach these milestones, no matter how abhorrent and painful they are.

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