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AMBER ALERT: Car in 8-year-old's disappearance found, child still missing

Source: D.C. Police Source: D.C. Police
Kahlil Malik Tatum (Source: NBC Washington) Kahlil Malik Tatum (Source: NBC Washington)
Source: D.C. Police Source: D.C. Police
Source: D.C. Police Source: D.C. Police
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WWBT) -

According to our NBC affiliate in Washington, DC, police have found the vehicle described in an Amber Alert for an 8-year-old girl, but there's still no sign of the missing girl or a man who worked at the D.C. homeless shelter where she lived.

Police are looking for Relisha Rudd. She is 4'0" tall, weights between 70 to 80 pounds, has black hair, brown eyes, and a medium complexion. She was last seen on February 26. Police say she may be traveling with Kahlil Malik Tatum.

Police found the white 1976 GMC truck they believed the two were traveling in Thursday night in Hyattsville, Md.

D.C. Police issued an Amber Alert for the missing 8-year-old girl after a woman was found dead in a Maryland motel room during the search. Late Thursday night, Richmond Police told NBC12 they believe she may be in the metro area and are assisting in the search.

D.C. Police also released pictures of two other vehicles that Rudd may have traveled in: a black Honda with DC tags EN-2051 and a TrailBlazer with DC tags KAHLIL.

If you have seen Rudd or have any information that can help police, call 202-727-9099. Richmond Police also ask that you call 911.

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