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WASHINGTON, D.C. (WTVR) - Police searching for missing eight-year-old Relisha Tenau Rudd provided an update about 2:20 p.m. Thursday.  Scroll down for updates.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:33 pm

Police: This investigation is still very active.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:33 pm

Police: Leads still coming in on location of Kahlil Tatum, investigating them all.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:32 pm

FBI: The FBI will continue to provide assistance to D.C. Police in this case. F.B.I. offering $25,000 for return of Rudd. Prince George’s County Police offering $25,000 for information that leads to arrest of Tatum.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:30 pm

Police: After Tatum bought the trash bags he was seen in Kenilworth Park in Washington, D.C.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:29 pm

Police: Tatum was seen numerous times between March 2 – 20, never in the presence of Rudd.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:28 pm

Police: We did reach out to Richmond because we knew Tatum has connections in Richmond. We have no reason to believe Tatum has traveled outside of D.C., with the exception a trip to Richmond, in the last 60 days. 

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:26 pm

Police: Can’t ignore the possibility that Tatum killed Rudd.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:25 pm

Police: Tatum purchased large contractor sized trash bags on March 2.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:25 pm

Police: Despite previous reports, last confirmed sighting of Rudd was March 1.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:24 pm

Police: Not given up hope they will find Rudd alive.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:24 pm

Police: People have seen Tatum since then, but no sign of Rudd.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:24 pm

Police: 8-year-old Relisha Tenau Rudd last seen March 1 with Kahlil Malik Tatum.

Scott Wise March 27, 20142:23 pm

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Scott Wise March 27, 20142:06 pm

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