Memphis, Tenn. (WTVA) -- Memphis police say 19-year-old Raylon Bell, who had been positively identified as a person of interest in the Especially Aggravated Kidnapping of 10-month-old Zoe Jordan, has been released without charge.
Zoe Jordan was found safe Saturday morning after the vehicle she was a passenger in was stolen near the Mississippi line Friday night.
Memphis police held a press conference at 10:30 a.m. on her kidnapping.
They've posted surveillance video from where Jordan was kidnapped on their Facebook page.
Police are asking everyone to take a look at the video.
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