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D.C. Police Release Another Video In Search For Relisha Rudd

A newly released video shows a person who may have information pertaining to the search for Relisha Rudd, police say.
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A newly released video shows a person who may have information pertaining to the search for Relisha Rudd, police say.

D.C. police have released another video that they say may help the ongoing search for missing 8-year-old girl Relisha Rudd.

A notification from the Metropolitan Police Department, distributed this afternoon, says:

The Metropolitan Police Department is unable at this time to share the location of where this image was taken, as it may negatively impact the investigation. The Metropolitan Police Department believes this individual may have information and we are only seeking to speak with him.

Anyone who can identify this individual or knows his whereabouts should take no action but call police at (202) 727-9099 or text your tip to the Department's TEXT TIP LINE to 50411.

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $25,000 for information leading to the location and return of Relisha Rudd. If you see Relisha Rudd, call 911 immediately. You can also contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

Watch the video below.

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