Elizabeth Thomas still missing after reported sighting in Memphis

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Law enforcement have determined the reported sighting in Collierville of two subjects connected to an Amber Alert was not accurate.

According to reports, a man at the Shell gas station at 398 New Byhalia Road spotted who he thought was Tad Cummins and Elizabeth around 12:30 Thursday.

Following instructions from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the man snapped a picture of the individuals and their license plate, then contacted police.

Collierville Police pulled the video from the gas station and turned it over to the TBI, who determined it was not Cummins and Thomas in the picture.

Elizabeth was reported missing March 13 from Maury County.

There is a $10,000 reward for any information leading to her recovery.

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