Someone drove away with 13-year-old Hania Aguilar in an SUV that had been idling outside her Lumberton Monday morning before school, authorities said, prompting police to issue Amber Alert for her.

The stolen SUV was found Thursday morning less than 10 miles from Hania's home at the Rosewood Mobile Home Park.

A missing persons poster that the fbi released late this week contains more pictures of Hania than were initially released.

A reward for that leads to $ 20,000, Lumberton police chief Michael McNeill said Friday.

The FBI has said it's a walking video near Hania's home.

It said the man, wearing light-colored shoes, a light-colored shirt, and a hoodie, walking south on Lambert Street, then turned North on North Carolina Highway 41 / Elizabethtown Highway toward the mobile home park.

"Someones know this man, and we need you to call us," FBI's resident agent Andy de la Rocha said Friday. "Maybe you recognize the way he walks, his mannerisms, or maybe he wants to make himself known on TV."

Who is the man on the video? " he asked.

What happened

On Monday, a Spanish-speaking man and one told a 911 operator that a man stole the SUV, which had been left running, with a child inside, according to a CNN translation.

Hania into a relative's vehicle.

A reward for information about Hania has risen to $ 20,000.
Hania is Hispanic, about 5 feet tall and 125 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes, and what last seen wearing blue jeans and a blue shirt with flowers, according to the FBI, which is investigating the case with the Lumberton police.

Hania knew her abductor, they said Wednesday afternoon. The girl's family is cooperating with the investigation, they said.

Lumberton is located in Southeastern North Carolina, near Interstate 95, and is about 95 miles from Raleigh.

CNN's Jay Croft and Steve Almasy contributed to this report.



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