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Multiple agencies step in to help Heather Hodges case

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Law enforcement is ramping up efforts to figure out what happened to missing mother Heather Hodges.

The Franklin County Commonwealth's Attorney Tim Allen says recently Virginia State Police and the federal government has stepped in to help with the investigation.

Allen says they would appreciate any help or information that would assist these agencies with the case.

Investigators have said they are not looking as Hodges' case a missing person, but more as a criminal matter.

Hodges' friends and family are coming together Saturday to make the two year anniversary of her disappearance.

The candle light vigil is called 'Light the Way for the Missing.'

It's a 5 p.m. at Mary Elizabeth Park in Rocky Mount.

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