LUMBERTON, N.C. (WFMY) -- It has been more than a week since 13-year-old, Hania Aguilar was abducted from her home in Lumberton.

Her mother said in a message spoken by FBI investigators, “I trust in God that my daughter will return. No one knows the pain I have in my heart.”

The FBI also announced it has increased its reward to $25,000 in the search to find Hania and leads to an arrest(s) in the case.

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Hania’s mother also said, “Despite all the criticism and speculation against me I will never use my daughter’s name in order to take advantage of this situation. I thank all those people who have provided me help.”

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The FBI has asked for people to stop spreading rumors on social media that disrupt the investigation as they follow all tips in their search.

Hania’s mother made a desperate plea for any information that could help lead to finding her daughter saying, “Please, if you know something call. I ask everyone not to make absurd comments. For the love of God respect my pain. All I want is Hania, my princess, back. I miss her.”

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An Amber Alert was issued November 5, for Haina who was abducted from outside of her home in Lumberton, North Carolina. Investigators said she was forced into an SUV just before 7:00 a.m. while waiting for her family to drive to school. A neighbor said they heard Hania scream and saw a man dressed in all black, wearing a yellow bandana force Hania into a relative’s SUV that was in the driveway. The family’s home is in the Rosewood Mobile Home Park in Lumberton.

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Hania’s mother’s message in full read by FBI investigators: “I trust in God that my daughter will return. No one knows the pain I have in my heart. Despite all the criticism and speculation against me I will never use my daughter’s name in order to take advantage of this situation. I thank all those people who have provided me help. Please, if you know something call. I ask everyone not to make absurd comments. For the love of God respect my pain. All I want is Hania, my princess, back. I miss her.”

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If you have any information that could help the FBI or law enforcement agencies with any tips call the FBI tip line at 910-272-5871.

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