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Abigail Hernandez 'missing' posters target NH travelers during holiday weekend
The volunteers who are searching for Abigail Hernandez got the OK from the New Hampshire Liquor Commission to post missing person signs about her in all of the state's 77 liquor stores to draw the attention of visitors who may not of heard of the teen's disappeance Oct. 9. but were in the state at that time. COURTESY
Their work is appreciated by law enforcement officials, who are hoping that a traveler or travelers with information about Hernandez returns to the area on the holiday. Hernandez was last seen on Oct. 9, a few days before Columbus Day.
"We're getting fliers up everywhere for this busy weekend," Smith said. "We're making sure that people coming to and from North Conway see Abby's picture."
Authorities said they still have no clues indicating what happened to Hernandez, who was last seen leaving school at about 2:30 p.m.
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