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Abigail Hernandez' mother: 'I keep thinking, she'll be found' ShareThis By DAN SEUFERT Union Leader Correspondent …She was last seen walking away from Kennett High School after school. Her last text message was to her boyfriend at around 2:53 p.m. that day, when she sent him a heart. After that, the phone, a white iPhone in a pink case, made one last contact with a cell tower on Cranmore Mountain at 3:07 p.m. The phone was likely updating itself, investigators say, but for some reason, it then went dead. "I don't understand it; she was supposed to be coming home," Zenya Hernandez said. "She was a good girl and she had things to do. We had plans." Abigail is also a very happy girl, her mother said. She had a Monday cleaning job that she looked forward to each week. She and her mother had made plans for the weekend of Oct. 12, Abigail's 15th birthday. "I never thought she ran away, that didn't make sense, she had so much going on in her life ... she seemed really happy that day, too. We were making plans for the weekend to be together," Hernandez said. The waiting each day, with no resolution to the case, is frightening, she said. "It's been three weeks now; it's hard to keep up hope. Everybody says keep up the hope, and I try, but it's hard," she said. Authorities will continue their exhaustive search in "targeted" areas, said Kieran Ramsey, the FBI agent from Boston who is handling the FBI's side of the search. READ ENTIRE ARTICLE AT THIS LINK: http://www.unionleader.com/article/20131029/NEWS07/1310 29197