Houston police say the silver Nissan Altima that 4-year-old Maleah Davis was said to be riding in when she was allegedly abducted has been located.
Police say the car was found in the parking lot of a Missouri City shopping center. Officers are on the scene.
Police have been searching for the car since Maleah was reported missing on Saturday. According to police, Maleah's stepfather Darion Vence said he, Maleah, and his 1-year-old son were ambushed by three men in a 2010 blue Chevrolet pick up Friday night in northeast Houston and abducted. Police say Vence said he and the boy were later left in Sugar Land.
Sugar Land police say Vence told investigators conflicting information. Police say he first said he walked to Sugar Land Methodist Hospital after regaining consciousness Saturday following the alleged abduction. Then, Sugar Land police say he changed his story to say he was dropped off there by someone in a car.
A Houston police investigator told FOX 26 that Vence is a person of interest in her disappearance.
Texas Equusearch resumed the ground search for Maleah in southwest Houston Thursday morning. Heavy rains on Tuesday left the search area flooded on Wednesday and caused Texas Equusearch to suspend their ground search. They searched by air instead.
Crews were initially looking for Maleah in northeast Houston but shifted search efforts to southwest Houston on Tuesday. Texas Equusearch set up a command post near the apartments where the girl is said to have lived with her mom and stepdad when she went missing.
If you have any information that can help police, you can call them or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.