NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - It was six years ago that Long Island native Bob Levinson, a retired FBI agent, was kidnapped during a private trip to Iran.
On Wednesday evening, his wife Christine was honored for her tireless efforts to track him down.
"I take it one day at a time and just keep pushing," Levinson told 1010 WINS' Mona Rivera.
She was presented with the Profiles In Courage award from the National Police Defense Foundation at a ceremony in Queens.
Wife Of Kidnap Victim Bob Levinson Receives Profiles In Courage Award
She said she doesn't feel particularly courageous but said she doesn't want people to forget about her husband's case.
"I believe he's alive, I always have. I just want him home safe and sound to be with our family," Levinson told Rivera.
Other than photos and a video, there has been no word about Bob Levinson and no demands.
Levinson said no group has claimed responsibility for her husband's kidnapping.
"I have no idea. I still believe that the Iranian government can help us find whoever that is and bring him home. I wish that they would tell us what we need to do to bring him home," she said.
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