Family of North Carolina teen found dead gets new home
LUMBERTON, N.C. (AP) — The family of a North Carolina teen who was kidnapped and killed has been given a new home.
Mitchell Hunt with Time Out Communities tells the Fayetteville Observer the property management company wanted to give Hania Aguilar’s family a new start. They got keys Tuesday to a new, double-wide mobile home about a mile from Rosewood Mobile Home Park.
It was at Rosewood that the 13-year-old was kidnapped before school on Nov. 5. Her body was found three weeks later. No arrests have been made.
Hunt says Hania’s siblings won’t have to change schools. The lot rent has been waived for six months, and community donations will help furnish the home.
FILE - This Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018, photo provided by FBI shows Hania Noelia Aguilar, the day before she went missing in Lumberton, N.C. Investigators believe a body found in North Carolina is Aguilar. Authorities said at a news conference Wednesday, Nov. 28, that preliminary tests show the body found a day earlier is that of Aguilar. (FBI via AP)
Anita Hunt, left, and her son Anthony Hunt, give an interview November 28, 2018 after attending a press conference regarding Hania Aguilar's death. Hunt said a son of hers had been missing for three years and wanted to offer her support and understanding to the Aguilar family. (Melissa Sue Gerrits/The Fayetteville Observer via AP)
The area where Hania Aguilar's body was found off Wire Grass Road in Lumberton is photographed on November 28, 2018. A body of water temporarily concealed the body of Hania Aguilar. (Melissa Sue Gerrits/The Fayetteville Observer via AP)