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.
"Cops are hoping someone can identify the man in the video - described as "a black male, early-mid 20's, approximately 200 lbs., and is between 5'8" and 5'10".
Additionally, the individual in the video was observed leaving the area in what is described as a late 2000s model Lincoln Town Car, which investigators believe is silver or grey.
Blanchard, 19, was reported missing on October 23, after last communicating with a friend just before midnight.More news: Target Releases Black Friday Deals
Auburn police Capt. Lorenza Dorsey said Blanchard's vehicle had been damaged sometime between the last time it was seen in Auburn and Friday night.
News of Blanchard's disappearance becomes public after Harris pleads for help on Twitter and a href="https://twitter.com/thebigticket205/status/1187492203028856832?s=20 Initially, police do not suspect foul play".
Police have identified a suspect in the missing person case of Aniah Blanchard and have issued an arrest warrant for kidnapping first degree.
U.S. Marshals and other authorities were searching for Ibraheem Yazeed, 30, of Montgomery, Auburn police said.More news: 'Knight Before Christmas': Vanessa Hudgens falls for time traveler in first trailer
Yazeed is out on bond already for charges of kidnapping and attempted murder in another case, police said. The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force is working with other agencies to find Yazeed, whom police consider armed and risky.
Blanchard was reported missing on October 24. The police said in a news release that he is to be considered risky and potentially armed. She last communicated with a friend late on the night of October 23.
As part of the ongoing joint investigation with the Auburn Police Division and the Montgomery Police Department into Aniah's disappearance, investigators want to speak with the man seen in the photos. The vehicle wasn't damaged before she went missing, authorities said. Ultimate Fighting Championship President Dana White, UFC fighter Jon Jones, Chief Executive Officer of Dominance MMA Ali Abdelaziz and an anonymous family in Homewood each donated $25,000.
Texas EquuSearch joined the 11 law enforcement agencies in the search.More news: More than 2 million pounds of poultry recalled after metal found