Nov. 12 (UPI) -- Authorities hoped Monday new photographs of a missing North Carolina girl will lead to her discovery.
Hania Aguilar disappeared a week ago Monday and neither police nor the FBI have found her. Over the weekend, the bureau released new photos of the 13-year-old girl, hoping they might lead to her recovery.
A reward in the case was also raised to $20,000.
The FBI, Lumberton Police, Moore County Sheriff's Office and Fort Bragg Military Police sought to interview neighbors who lived near the girl. She was kidnapped Nov. 5 as she waited for a ride to school, police said.
A witness said they saw a man dressed in black and a yellow bandana force Aguilar into a green sport-utility vehicle. Authorities found the SUV last week, but not the girl.
Police have been asking businesses for surveillance video to help in the investigation.
The FBI is offering $15,000 in the case and North Carolina has added $5,000.
Last week, investigators identified a possible suspect in surveillance video from the girl's neighborhood.