Authorities have identified an Alabama man who is wanted in connection with the disappearance of UFC heavyweight Walt Harris's stepdaughter.
"The man is in his early to mid-20s, weighs approximately 200 lbs., and is between 5'8" and 5'10".
The man left the area in a silver or gray late 2000's model Lincoln Town auto, al.com reported.
Blanchard was reported missing on October 24. Since then, police found her SUV at an apartment complex in Montgomery, about 50 miles away from where she was last seen.
A total of about $105,000 is being offered as a reward for information in the case leading to the arrest of those involved.
Yazeed was at the same convenience store Blanchard was last seen at on October 23, police said.
Yazeed became a person of interest after he was seen on surveillance video inside a Chevron convenience store in Auburn around the same time as Blanchard; the footage was the last time Blanchard was seen on video.
Yazeed is charged with first degree kidnapping and is believed to be potentially armed and risky. An arrest warrant has been issued for kidnapping in the first degree.
Yazeed was out on bond from kidnapping and attempted murder charges in another jurisdiction.
The man is seen wearing dark-colored trousers, dark-colored shoes, and a camouflage hooded sweatshirt with the word "Vans" written in white across the back as he walks through the store, police said.
Police say evidence found inside Blanchard's vehicle indicates she is a victim of foul play.
Anyone with information about this individual should call the Auburn Police Division Detective Section at 334-501-3140, the anonymous tip line at 334-246-1391, or the 24 hour non-emergency number at 334-501-3100.
A vigil for Blanchard was held Wednesday in Birmingham, the place her stepmother, Yashiba Blanchard, mentioned she was grateful for any progress within the ongoing investigation. UFC president Dana White steps up with a $25,000 contribution.
The U.S. Marshal's Fugitive Task Force, along with other agencies, are searching for Yazeed.