UPDATE: Flint Township Police has released new details on Brianna Vibert, who has been missing July 17th.
Police say they have located and spoken to the male driver of the red Pontiac Aztek. Police say he has been cooperating with the investigation and is not considered a suspect in her disappearance at this time.
According to police, the investigation has revealed that Vibert was last seen at the Mobil Gas Station, 3841 S. Saginaw Street on Saturday, July 15 at around 2:45 am.
Police say it is believed she was last seen walking northbound on south Saginaw Street toward Atherton Road.
According to police, information has been received that Vibert was previously seen talking with an occupant of what is believed to be a green or teal Ford Ranger or S-10 style pickup truck in the parking lot at the gas station. The occupants of this vehicle are urged to contact the Flint Township Police Department immediately.
FLINT TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Flint Township Police say they are dedicating a lot of officer to the search for missing woman Brianna Vibert.
Brianna Vibert's family is trying to stay calm as they work closely with Flint Township Police to hopefully find the young woman.
Police say they are concerned about her safety and are using a lot of resources to help find her.
Michael Ketchmark hasn't heard from his daughter, Brianna, in almost a week, something that's out of the ordinary for the mother of four.
Ketchmark says the last time anyone heard from his daughter was on Friday, she was last seen walking out of a gas station on Miller Road in
That's where he says trouble may have started for her
Vibert is 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighs 120 pounds with long dark red hair and brown eyes.
Vibert was last seen at Marathon Gas Station at 3635 Miller Road on Saturday, July 15 at around 1 a.m. getting into a Red Pontiac Aztek with an unknown black male.
She was last seen wearing a cream colored top, black capris and flip flops.
Flint Township Police say investigators are attempting to decipher if Vibert is voluntarily missing, or if she is endangered.
Call Flint Township Police if you have any information.