(CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.) -- Virginia police seized a car and searched an apartment Friday in their hunt for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
The searches were part of a trio of warrants executed on Friday, according to Charlottesville police. The third warrant was for a phone, police said.
All three search warrants were connected to the same person of interest. The person sought at the apartment doesn't quite match the description police gave Thursday, officials said.
There were three people in the apartment when it was searched by police Friday morning, none of whom were Graham, police told ABC News. No further information about the individuals has been released, but they have not been arrested and have answered questions from police.
The search warrants were issued a day after police announced a $50,000 reward for information about Graham's disappearance. Police had also released four clips of surveillance footage from local businesses that showed Graham, 18, walking around in the early hours of Saturday morning. She was last heard from around 1:20 a.m. Saturday when she texted friends, allegedly saying that she was headed for a party but was unsure of where she was.
The person of interest described by police Thursday came from a man who was seen following Graham on surveillance footage. That man told police that he was concerned about Graham because she looked "physically distressed," but he left when he reportedly saw another man approach her and put his arm around her.
That second man has been described by police as a person of interest. He is not seen on any surveillance footage.
Police described the person of interest as a black male in his 20s or early 30s, about 5-foot-10 or 5-foot-11 with a shaved head and goatee. He weighed between 250 to 285 pounds, has a slight beer belly and was wearing black jeans and a white T-shirt.
The FBI joined the case in guidance role earlier this week and investigators are calling for volunteers as they plan a massive search Saturday. The volunteers are being asked to only join the search if they can walk four to five miles in a wooded area.
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