Could a woman who is a suspect in several identity thefts along the East Coast be Ashley Summers, who's been missing from Cleveland for eight years?
We aired the picture of the suspect in January after she was caught at an ATM in Warwick, Rhode Island.
Now the FBI's attention is focusing on the man who was spotted with her in the same vehicle last October.
Ashley's family says locating him might lead investigators to the mystery woman.
"I think if we can find that man we can find out for sure if it's Ashley or not," says Linda Summers, Ashley's grandmother.
19 Action News Investigative Reporter Scott Taylor located additional pictures of the female suspect, who the family believes could be Ashley, at two other ATMs from November 2014.
Police say the photos show the same female suspect.
Ashley Summers disappeared in 2007 on the west side of Cleveland when she was 14-years-old.
Over the next 24 hours, the FBI is flooding social media and using a billboard campaign to identify the two suspects.
People in the neighborhood where she disappeared haven't forgotten about Ashley who is now 21-years-old.
"There use to be a picture of her where she was very young. They showed her before and an after picture of what she would of looked like but you can't find any posters here anymore," says neighbor Karen Custer.
If you can help authorities identify the mystery couple, call the FBI at 1-880-225-5324.