Abduction victim Hannah Anderson was seen in Lakeside, California on Thursday for the first time since she was freed following a six-day, multi-state manhunt.
Hannah was seen briefly walking from their car into the back entrance of a San Diego restaurant where the fundraiser was being held to raise money for the costs of her mother Christina and brother Ethan’s funerals.
The restaurant, located at 9741 Winter Gardens Blvd., just off of Hwy. 67, is donating 20 percent of its proceeds from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. to the Anderson family, and is also holding a raffle from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Her appearance comes the same day as a new search warrant lists more evidence of bomb-making materials and weapons that were taken from Jim DiMaggio’s home following the fire.
Hannah Anderson Safe FBI Kills Murder suspect James DiMaggio
Hannah Anderson UPDATE: The 16-year-old girl, Hannah Anderson, who was kidnapped by a man who killed her mother and eight-year-old brother has been rescued after officers shot her 40-year-old abductor James DiMaggio.
The search began last Sunday when the bodies of Hannah’s mother, Christina Anderson, 44, and her eight-year-old brother Ethan, were found in a burnt down house in California which belonged to the murder suspect. Read full story here