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Police Seeking Person Of Interest In Case Of Walt Harris’ Missing Stepdaughter

Auburn police say this man is a person of interest in the disappearance of Aniah Haley Blanchard

The Auburn, Alabama police department has asked for help in identifying a person of interest in the case of UFC heavyweight Walt Harris' missing stepdaughter.

The individual in question is a black man in his twenties that is believed to weigh around 200 pounds and stands at between 5 foot 8 and 5 foot 10 inches tall. He was described as leaving the area in a Lincoln Town Car, which appeared silver or gray.

An East Alabama community's concern increases each day 19-year-old Aniah Blanchard is still missing.

Blanchard's Honda CR-V was found Friday, Oct. 25 at a Montgomery apartment complex not far from busy Atlanta Highway.

Alabama governor Kay Ivey issues a $5,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator (s) responsible for Blanchard's disappearance.

Police are asking the public for help identifying the man, who was seen on video surveillance inside the convenience store at the time Blanchard was last seen.

A vigil for Blanchard become once held Wednesday in Birmingham, where her stepmother, Yashiba Blanchard, said she become once thankful for any development in the continuing investigation. He should be considered unsafe and potentially armed.

A warrant was obtained for his arrest on first-degree kidnapping charges, police said.

If you have any information regarding Blanchard's whereabouts, give Auburn police a call at 334-246-3140 or call their anonymous tip line at 334-246-1391.

Investigators in the origin said they didn't assure Blanchard become once the victim of foul play, but evidence has since been recovered from her automotive indicating that she become once harmed, police said unhurried final month.

According to Auburn Police, the US Marshal's Fugitive Task Force along with numerous other agencies are searching for Yazeed, who is now out on bond for charges of kidnapping and attempted murder charges from another jurisdiction. He could face additional charges, according to Auburn police.

Harris, 36, was scheduled to fight Alistair Overeem in the main event of UFC Washington on December 7, but withdrew in the wake of Blanchard's disappearance.