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Flint Police Chief James Tolbert said in a press conference today that they have a person of interest being held in this case. The man is being held on a seperate charge, unrelated to this case.
The man came forward to police after seeing his sketch on the news.
Stay with NBC25 online and on the air for more details as they become available.
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The search for a missing 19-year-old girl continues after family members say she disappeared more than two weeks ago.
Allante Hill was last seen early morning Saturday, Nov. 2 in the drive-thru of the McDonaldâ??s on Dort Highway and Lapeer Road.
Police say it's unclear if any foul play is involved and her family, in the meantime, are frantically searching for her.
About 30 volunteers came to Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church Wednesday afternoon to canvas neighborhoods and pass out fliers. Allante Hill's parents led them in prayer before groups went door to door in the neighborhood surrounding the Dort and Lapeer area.
They knocked on doors, asked neighbors if they've seen Hill and left fliers in mailboxes.
Hillâ??s parents say they haven't lost hope their daughter will be found and safely returned to them.
â??The goal is to keep on letting the community be aware of what's going on, cover her in prayer, and pass out fliers,â?? Hillâ??s mother, Laticia Hill, said.
Hillâ??s father, LaRue Hill, said, â??You're just hoping and praying and believing in God for a safe return, and that's been the main focus, just wherever she's at that she's safe, and that she'll be returned to us safely, so that's been our prayer, our consistent confession.â??
Flint police released a sketch of a man who was believed to be the last person seen with Hill. Chief James Tolbert said the man walked into the police station Wednesday and talked to police. He was not arrested.
Police continue to investigate Hill's disappearance. Hill is described as 5'11" and 250 pounds.
If you have any information about Hill's whereabouts, you're asked to call Flint Police or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-422-JAIL.