Transcript for Police identify suspect in Aniah Blanchard missing person case
possible break in the hunt for a missing Alabama college student. Police have now identified a suspect tonight. The student was last seen at a convenience store the night she vanished two weeks ago, and police are now releasing these images tonight of a man at the same store that same night. Here's linsey Davis. Reporter: An all-out search tonight for this man, ibraheem yazeed. The 30-year-old named a suspect in the case of aniah Blanchard, the 19-year-old Alabama college student missing now for more than two weeks. He should be considered dangerous and would be potentially armed. Reporter: Late today, police announcing an arrest warrant for yazeed for first-degree kidnapping. Auburn police releasing these two surveillance photos earlier. They say he was at the same convenience store where Blanchard was last seen alive. Two days after her disappearance, her black SUV was discovered damaged and parked here at an apartment complex about 50 miles away. Police saying they believe there were signs of foul play. What they're telling us is that they -- they know that she was harmed in the car. Reporter: Blanchard's parents even meeting with the mother of Natalee Holloway, who vanished on a high school graduation trip to aruba in 2005 and has never been found. That's my baby girl, so, I'm a fighter by nature. It's not just my profession. I've been battling all my life. I'm not going to stop battling for her. Reporter: Police say additional charges and arrests are anticipated. There's now a $105,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest. David? Linsey Davis tonight. Thank you.
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