Mom to Missing NH Teen: 'Please Come Home for Christmas'

Zenya Hernandez released an open letter to her daughter, Abigail Hernandez, on Thursday.

Abigail Hernandez. Courtesy photo.
Abigail Hernandez. Courtesy photo.
Zenya Hernandez, the mother of missing Conway teen Abigail Hernandez, released an open letter to her daughter on Thursday.

The letter, dated, Dec. 19, was released to the media by the Conway Police Department, the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, New Hampshire State Police and the FBI. It was also posted on the website www.bringabbyhome.com.

In her letter, Zenya Hernandez thanks Abigail for sending her a letter to let her mother know that she is alive. Hernandez, 15, has been missing since Oct. 9.

"Your letter was the greatest gift I ever received. I thank God every day that you are alive," Zenya wrote. "I missing hearing your voice and your sense of humor.

"When I see you again we can start a new life, and all of this attention – all of this will be a thing of the past," Zenya added. "I will do whatever it takes. I just want to see you again."

She closed her letter with a plea to her daughter to "Please come home for Christmas!"

A PDF of the letter is attached above.
Phil Collins December 21, 2013 at 01:06 PM
One can only hope she is alive and well. Hoping and praying for her safe return.
Kulween Singh December 22, 2013 at 01:29 PM
Your mother really cares for you Abigail . Follow her advice .
trisha December 23, 2013 at 10:35 AM
PLEASE go home Abigail! Your mother is dying inside and will die a little more each day that you are missing! If you can, please call her and get back home! We are praying for you!
Ben M December 24, 2013 at 06:11 PM
I hope Abigail is safe and the Christmas spirit will encourage her to contact her loving family and give them one of the best gifts that family will receive this year.


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