D.C. police officers and FBI agents passed out missing person fliers at two locations on the ninth birthday of Relisha Rudd, who disappeared near a District homeless shelter earlier this year.
- Relisha Rudd seen playing in this photo provided by the FBI.
The fliers were distributed Wednesday evening by law enforcement and other community members at both the D.C. General Homeless Shelter and the Stadium-Armory Metro Station.
Relisha, who has been missing since March 1 and is feared dead, was last seen with a janitor who worked at the shelter, where she was living with her family.
The janitor, 51-year-old Kahlil Tatum, was later found dead of apparent suicide during the search for Relisha.
Relisha, who remains missing, is described as a black female, 4 feet tall, who weighs approximately 70 to 80 pounds, has black hair, brown eyes, and a medium complexion.
The fliers noted that the FBI continues to offer a $25,000 reward for information leading to the location and return of Relisha.