CONWAY, N.H. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- The mother of missing New Hampshire teen Abigail Hernandez has posted a map on the Bring Abby Home website for people to write messages for her.
"We wanted Abby to see all of the places where people are sharing her story and are praying for her. Please take a minute to go to our Map and put your location and a message of support for Abby," the message read.
According to Private Investigator Tom Shamshak, Abby's mother is trying to remind her daughter of the "wholesome atmosphere" she is away from.
He went on to say, "The mother is trying to get people to raise the level of surveillance, by indicating on a Facebook page to show the daughter where homes are that might be a safe refuge if the daughter can get away. That's what I'm reading between the lines here. And that's a very astute observation by the mother to work as an axillary resource here."
The 15-year-old has been missing since October. As of Wednesday morning, more than 100 people had posted their locations to the map, some with messages.
On Feb. 21, Zenya Hernandez posted another note to the site.
"Hi Abby! I just want you to know I'm thinking about you a lot today, like everyday. Your friends really miss and love you. Some of your greatest qualities are your ability to love 100% and your loyalty. We will never lose hope of bringing you safely home!! Don't step on a sleeping bear Love Mom"
Hernandez was last seen on the afternoon of Oct. 9, 2013 leaving Kennett High School. Anyone with information about her is asked to call the FBI.
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