Missing baby Sabrina's parents send a message to their daughter they believe is alive

Steve and Marlene Aisenberg's daughter Sabrina was 5 months old when she disappeared from their home in 1997.
0:48 | 03/15/18

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Transcript for Missing baby Sabrina's parents send a message to their daughter they believe is alive
Sabrina we love you pound we only want the best for you. We hope that you would do DNA test that just to know for sure and we'd love to meet you and me and introduce you to our family. And let you make that decision not there's no pressure if you wanna be use active with our family as you want that's great we understand. It's worse. Doing that it's worth worth coming Ballard. You're gonna want to know where you came from and who he Lar. And you can only do that when you need us and your brother since your brother and sister are dying for that as well. And and like seats and we want you in our lives. But we'll let you be in our lives is not just as you want the end our lives. How.

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