Police say amount of blood found in car shows missing Alabama teen suffered life-threatening wound
Police records say the car belonging to UFC heavyweight Walt Harris’ missing stepdaughter was found filled with blood evidence that someone had suffered “a life-threatening injury.”
Al.com reports an Auburn, Alabama, police charging document obtained Friday says the evidence was submitted to a state lab and determined to belong to 19-year-old Aniah Blanchard, who was reported missing on Oct. 24.
She was last seen at a convenience store in Auburn while suspect Ibraheem Yazeed was there.
The charging document says a witness identified the 29-year-old Yazeed as the man he saw force Blanchard into a car. It’s unclear if that was her car, which was later found abandoned.
Yazeed was arrested Friday in Florida and charged with first-degree kidnapping. Blanchard has yet to be found.
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