KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Update | Independence police report Raylanna Shepherd was found safe Wednesday night at an Independence Quik Trip at U.S. 40 Highway and Sterling Avenue.
An adult with the child was arrested.
Update | The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Shepherd was located and is safe.
Original story | The Missouri State Highway Patrol has issued an endangered person advisory for a missing 4-year-old.
Raylanna Shepherd was last seen on Tuesday at a QuikTrip located at 201 east 23rd Street in Independence.
The MSHP have identified a man named Juan Lopez as possible suspect.
According to the MSHP, Shepherd's mother allowed her to go the Quiktrip with Lopez.
Lopez later called Shepherd's mother and said he had a flat tire. Shepard never returned home after that.
Shepherd was last seen wearing polka dot pajamas with black and white Nike shoes.
Her hair was parted in the middle with a bun on each side of her head.
Lopez was driving a White Buick LeSabre with the temporary Texas license plate 38547R1.
Anyone with information is asked dial 911.