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Evidence Hearing Postponed In Case Against Alleged Hernandez Kidnapper

NH Attorney General

Evidence against a New Hampshire man charged with kidnapping a 14-year-old girl last October won't be aired in court next week.

Prosecutors and lawyers representing 34-year-old Nathanial Kibby agreed to postpone a hearing on the evidence against him for 60 days.

Kibby was scheduled to appear in court Sept. 9.

He was charged July 28 with felony kidnapping in the disappearance of then-14-year-old Abigail Hernandez, who vanished after leaving her Conway high school. She returned home the night of July 20, but officials have yet to reveal information about the circumstances.

Attorney General Joseph Foster said Hernandez provided authorities with the details that led to Kibby's arrest. He is being held on no bond.

The arrest warrant affidavit remains sealed and prosecutors have revealed few details.

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