Auburn police have identified a suspect in the disappearance of Aniah Haley Blanchard, 19, who was last seen October 23.
Auburn Police Chief Paul Register said at a news conference on Thursday that police are seeking 30-year-old Montgomery native Ibraheem Yazeed on first-degree kidnapping charges, Alabama.com reports. A warrant for first-degree kidnapping has been issued for him, they said. The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force is working with other agencies to find Yazeed, whom police consider armed and risky.
Blanchard is last seen in a convenience store at a Chevron gas station making a purchase and had communication with a friend just before midnight.
Police say additional charges and arrests are anticipated.
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Aniah Haley Blanchard, 19, has been missing since October 23. Two days later, cops found her vehicle at an apartment complex in Montgomery, with significant damage around the front.
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Police said the vehicle had damage to the passenger side, and her family said the damage was not present prior to that day.
Blanchard is described as a light-complexioned black female, 5-feet-six-inches tall and weighing about 125 pounds, according to police. She has brown eyes and brown hair. She was last seen wearing a black dress, tan duck boots, and black stockings.
Last week ago, a task force of 60 investigators was officially formed including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Marshals, the Department of Homeland Security, the Lee County District Attorney's Office, the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, Alabama Fusion Center and the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences, the Lee County Sheriff's Office and the Opelika Police Department.
The non-profit group EquuSearch from Texas this week joined the search for Blanchard.
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