Former coworkers of Tad Cummins, the suspect at the center of the ongoing AMBER ALERT for Elizabeth Thomas, have offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.
Thomas Blake Hight and Chandler Anderson used to work with Cummins.
Anderson posted the reward on his Facebook page, saying "Thomas Blake Hight and I are offering a $5000 reward for anyone that returns the child home safely. We believe she is in imminent danger, and this child needs rescued."
Thomas went missing nearly two weeks ago when she left Columbia with Cummins who was her former teacher at a Culleoka Unit school.
Cummins was suspended from teacher after a student reported seeing him and Thomas kissing in the school hallway.
Anderson was interviewed on HLN about his time with Cummins. He also posted the interviews to his Facebook page.
The law firm representing Thomas' family released new photos of Elizabeth on Friday in hope of keeping the public aware and familiar of her appearance.
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