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Mother hopes march will reignite leads on missing daughter
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ATLANTA -- It's been nine years since 23-year-old Artdunetta Hobbs was abducted from her southwest Atlanta home.

On Saturday, the community came together for a "Stop the Violence March"

Hobbs's car was found abandoned and torched on Fulton Industrial Blvd.
To this day, her body has never been found.

Her mother hopes the march will reignite public interest and generate fresh leads.

"They are aware; they have a suspect," the victim's mother Jonjala Harris said. "Which he is incarcerated but no one would come forward." We just hope that someone would come forward and tell. Maybe someone would know where her body is and I'm pleading that they would come forward."

Hobbs's disappearance remains unsolved.

Anyone with information on her location is asked to call the Atlanta Police Department.


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