The TBI has released security camera footage of the man suspected of kidnapping a mother and her three daughters from West Tennessee.
The video shows 35-year-old Adam Mayes at Mississippi Market on April 30.
He's accused of kidnapping Jo Ann Bain and her three daughters from their home in Whitefield days before the video was taken.
Investigators found the bodies of Bain and ehr oldest daughter behind Mayes' Mississippi home last week.
Officials are still searching for Bain's younger daughters. The girls are believed to be with Mayes who may have cut and colored the girls' hair.
Mayes is now on the TBI's most wanted list.
Anyone with information should call 1-800-TBI-FIND.
The mother and the ex-wife of the suspect in the killing of a Tennessee woman and her oldest daughter have been charged in connection with the case, the TBI said Tuesday.
As an intense manhunt for Adam Mayes and the two young girls continued, his ex-wife, Teresa Mayes, and mother, Mary Mayes, were arraigned in a Hardeman County courtroom on Tuesday.
Mary Mayes was charged with conspiracy to commit especially aggravated kidnapping, while Teresa Mayes was charged with especially aggravated kidnapping.
An affidavit states that Teresa Mayes told investigators she drove the mother and daughters from Hardeman County, where they lived, to Union County, Miss.
The bodies of Jo Ann Bain and 14-year-old Adrienne Bain were found last week behind the home where the Mayes family lived.
12-year-old Alexandria Bain and 8-year-old Kyliyah Bain were still missing.
Edtitor's note: Previous versions of this story identified Teresa Mayes as Adam Mayes' wife. The TBI has since reported she is Mayes' ex-wife.
Police have arrested the wife and mother of a man suspected of abducting and killing a Tennessee woman and her oldest daughter and kidnapping the woman's two youngest daughters.
A court clerk confirmed that Adam Mayes' wife, Teresa Mayes, and mother, Mary Mayes, are in jail in Hardeman County, Tenn., and will be arraigned Tuesday.
The clerk did not yet know what charges they face.
Teresa Mayes' sister Bobbi Booth said Adam Mayes and his wife lived with his parents.
The bodies of Jo Ann Bain and 14-year-old Adrienne Bain were found behind a house in North Mississippi late last week.
Booth told the AP her sister told her last week she knew about the killings, but she thinks Teresa Mayes may have been too scared to call the police.
By ADRIAN SAINZ / Associated Press
GUNTOWN, Miss. (AP) -- Authorities say they have found the bodies of a missing Tennessee mother and her 14-year-old daughter behind a house in north Mississippi.
The FBI said in a news release late Monday that the bodies of Jo Ann Bain and her 14-year-old daughter Adrienne Bain have been positively identified.
The FBI believes Bain's two other daughters are still with alleged kidnapper Adam Mayes. He is accused of abducting the girls from the family's home in Whiteville, Tenn.
The FBI says the bodies were found behind Mayes' residence near Guntown, Miss.
Federal agents are digging in the backyard of a Mississippi home where two bodies were found over the weekend.
That home is associated with the man suspected of kidnapping a Tennessee woman and her three daughters.
Authorities think Mississippi resident Adam Mayes abducted the woman, Jo Ann Bain, and her three daughters.
Mississippi state troopers are stopping drivers and checking inside the trunks of their vehicles.
Police also set up road blocks near the home where the two bodies were found.
Officials ask anyone with information to call 1-800-TBI-FIND.
A man accused of abducting a mother and her three daughters has been described as being like an uncle to the girls.
Now 35-year-old Adam Mayes is the subject of an Amber Alert and faces charges in the disappearance of Jo Ann Bain and her daughters 14-year-old Adrienne, 12-year-old Alexandria and 8-year-old Kyliyah.
According to TBI, Adam Mayes is currently wanted for kidnapping. Investigators are offering a $50,000 reward for anyone who has information on Mayes' location. TBI is urging anyone who has seen Mayes or the missing children to call 1-800-TBI-FIND (1-800-824-3463).
The FBI says two bodies have been found in Mississippi during the search for a missing Tennessee woman and her three children, but the identities are not known.
FBI spokesman Joel Siskovic said the bodies were found late Friday night or early Saturday morning in Guntown, Miss., in a residence associated with the man charged with abducting Jo Ann Bain and her children.
The missing girls are 8-year-old Kyliyah Bain, 12-year-old Alexandria and 14-year-old Adrienne. They were last seen April 27 in Tennessee.
Siskovic says 35-year-old Adam Mayes is suspected of abducting them. He was last seen Tuesday in Guntown. He's been described as a family friend.
Authorities had said that Mayes could be in Mississippi but that he has ties to Arizona, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has issued a TN Amber Alert for the abduction of children last seen in Whiteville, TN in Hardeman County.
These children are believed to be in extreme danger.
The missing children are:
Adrienne Bain, is a 14-year-old white female with brown hair and brown eyes. She is believed to be 5 ft and 4 in, weighing 129 lbs.
Alexandria Bain is a 12-year-old white female with brown hair and hazel eyes. She is believed to be 5 ft and 105 in.
Kyliyah Bain, is an 8-year-old white female with blonde hair and brown eyes. She is believed to be 4 ft, weighing 51 lbs.
Adrienne, Alexandria, and Kyliyah were last seen on April 27, 2012. Authorities say the children may be in the company of Adam Mayes and Jo Ann Bain.
Mays is a 35-year-old white male with brown hair and blue eyes. He is believed to be 6 ft and 3 in, weighing 175 lbs. He has an additional warrant on file for false report with full extradition and is believed to be carrying a firearm. Adam was last seen in Guntown, Mississippi on Tuesday May 1, 2012.
They may be en route to Arizona or Mississippi. Adam has connections to Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Florida.
Jo Ann Bain is a 31-year-old white female with brown hair and brown eyes. She is believed to be 5 ft and 3 in, weighing 130 lbs.
They may be traveling in an unknown vehicle. If you have any information on the whereabouts of these children please contact (800) 824-3463 immediately.
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