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Monday, November 12 marked one week since Lumberton teenager, Hania Noelia Aguilar, 13, was abducted from her yard. The FBI has released additional photos of the missing Lumberton teenager and surveillance videos of a man they would like to speak with regarding the abduction.

The FBI announced they are offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to the return of Hania Noelia Aguilar, 13, of Lumberton, and the arrest of the person responsible for the abduction. NC Governor Roy Cooper added an additional $5,000 to the reward bringing the total reward to $20,000 as of Monday. Lumberton Police Department published a flyer late Friday night with an increase of $5,000 more to the reward bounty.

Aguilar had gone outside into the yard to wait for someone to drive her to school at the Rosewood Mobile Home Park on Elizabethtown Road in Lumberton at 7 a.m. on Monday, November 5, according to the FBI.  A male described as wearing dark colored clothing and a yellow bandana is reported to have forced Aguilar into a green Ford Expedition with South Carolina tags.

According to the FBI, the SUV was discovered on Quincey Road in Lumberton on Thursday morning. According to reports, a search was conducted near the Rosewood Mobile Home Park and Quincey Drive on Sunday.

Aguilar is described as wearing a blue shirt with flowers and blue jeans. She stands approximately 5 feet tall, and weighs approximately 126 pounds. Aguilar has black hair and brown eyes.

The abductor is described as an unknown male with a yellow bandana around his face, according to the Amber Alert.

Investigators ask anyone living in Robeson County to check your own property this weekend for anything unusual or out of place, according to officials with Lumberton Police Department.

If you see something that doesn’t belong or is not normal, do not touch anything (you could damage possible evidence) and call the tip line or 911. You know your property best and can most easily determine if something is worth contacting law enforcement to help us #FindHania.

Related articles:

Amber Alert Issued for Missing Lumberton Teen

FBI Releases Additional Photos of Missing Teen, Surveillance Videos

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