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DC Police Ask For Help IDing Man On Video

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The Metropolitan Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a man as part of their investigation into the disappearance of 8-year-old Relisha Rudd.
    
The police department released video footage Friday of the man stepping off the bottom of an escalator. Police say they believe the man may have information in Relisha's case and that they are only seeking to speak with him.
    
Police said they were unable to share the location where the video was captured as it might negatively impact the investigation. However, the shape and color of the tiles on the floor in the video look like those used at Metro stations.
    
Relisha was last seen March 1. Authorities have been searching for her since late March after her absences from school triggered an investigation.
  

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