Police identify person of interest, issue warrant for arrest

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This undated photograph released by police in Auburn, Ala., shows Aniah Haley Blanchard, 19, who is missing.

The man left the area in a silver or gray late 2000's model Lincoln Town vehicle, al.com reported.

Police said evidence found in the auto indicates Blanchard was harmed and is considered the victim of foul play.

News outlets report Auburn police released images of the man late Wednesday that showed him inside the store during the time that 19-year-old Aniah Blanchard was seen there October 23.

Walt Harris, who recently withdrew from his scheduled December 7 bout against Alistair Overeem as a direct result of the situation, continues to plead with fans and the general public in the hope of retrieving some more information on the matter.

Her Honda CR-V was found Friday, Oct. 25 at a Montgomery apartment complex with damage to the passenger side.

Yazeed is out on bond after being arrested earlier this year along with others on charges of attempted murder, kidnapping and first-degree robbery.

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Yazeed was also charged with robbery in 2011 and the attempted murder of a police officer in 2012 - but he wasn't indicted for either crime, according to WIAT.

A warrant has been obtained for his arrest for a first degree kidnapping charge. Chief Paul Register has said that "Yazeed is now out on bond for the charges of Kidnapping and Attempted Murder from another jurisdiction; he should be considered risky and potentially armed".

Any individual with data relating to Blanchard is asked to call the Auburn Law enforcement Division Detective Part at 334-501-3140, the nameless tip line at 334-246-1391 or the 24 hour non-unexpected emergency selection at 334-501-3100. It was the last time anyone has heard from her. Police confirmed on Thursday they suspect foul play based on evidence recovered inside the vehicle. Police said the US Marshal's Fugitive Task Force and other agencies are assisting in the investigation and are actively searching for Yazeed.

Searches for Blanchard were focused in Auburn and Sir Bernard Law, as effectively because the gap between the two cities.

The community college student was last seen in Auburn.

A reward totaling $105,000 from multiple sources has been pledged toward the effort to find her.