A Heartfelt Plea From the Parents Oof Kienan Hebert

The parents of Kienan Hebert made a tearful plea to the person that has Kienan Hebert to let him go. "Please, whoever has Kienan, bring him to a safe place, a gas station a parking lot, make sure he will be seen and walk away. He is only three, he can't speak, he can't tell us who you are or where you have been. This is your chance. All we want is Kienan."

The parents of Kienan Hebert make a heartfelt plea to the person that has abducted him.

The parents of Kienan Hebert made a tearful plea to the person that has Kienan Hebert to let him go. “Please, whoever has Kienan, bring him to a safe place, a gas station a parking lot, make sure he will be seen and walk away. He is only three, he can’t speak, he can’t tell us who you are or where you have been. This is your chance. All we want is Kienan.”

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