Hannah Graham’s heart-broken parents urge someone to come forward to end their nightmare

Posted at 1:22 PM, Oct 13, 2014

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Hannah Graham was last seen walking in Charlottesville, Virginia on September 13. One month later, police have arrested a man in connection with the University of Virginia student’s abduction, but there has been no sign of the 18-year-old girl.

“It is heart-breaking for us that the person or persons who know where Hannah is have not come forward with that information,” John and Sue Graham said in a statement. “It is within their power both to end this nightmare for all, and to relieve the searchers of their arduous task.”

The Grahams also thanked police, state emergency workers and volunteers who have spent weeks looking for their daughter.

“Words cannot adequately express our gratitude to them [Chief Longo, Mark Eggeman, their search teams] and to the many others who have provided us with support throughout this ordeal,” the Graham said. “We truly appreciate the enormous effort that is being made to find Hannah.”

There was no organized search for Graham on Monday as police planned to re-group and resume the search on Tuesday.

“We would like to urge anyone who has not already searched their property in the city of Charlottesville, or any of the neighboring counties, to please do so today,” the Grahams said. “Please, please, please help us to bring Hannah home.”

Anyone with info is asked to call the tipline at 434-295-3851. All surveillance videos can be seen here. All reports filed on this case can be found here.