ECSO searching for missing Pensacola woman
Daniels is described as a 5-foot-7-inch female with blonde hair and blue eyes. She drives a gray 1999 Toyota 4 Runner.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts, is asked to contact the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office at 850- 436-9620 or 850-534-1900
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Friends and family said her vehicle, bike and cell phone were found on Pensacola Beach Tuesday in the Park West parking lot. Volunteers spent the day scouring the beach and passing out flyers while looking for information about Daniels’ whereabouts.
Friends search Pensacola Beach for missing PSC employee
Friends of a missing Pensacola State College employee Tiffany Heaven Daniels are holding a beach-wide search for the 25-year-old this morning.
The search began at 9 a.m. at Quietwater Beach, according to friends and family. On Tuesday, Daniels’ gray 1999 Toyota 4-runner, bike and cell phone were found in the parking lot of Park West on Pensacola Beach, according to friends and family.
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ESCAMBIA COUNTY -- The last time anyone has seen Tiffany Daniels, 25, was August 12 in a Pensacola State College parking lot. Her family is now desperately searching for answers.
"When you see her best friend walks in and you know that she knows nothing, reality kicks in after a while and you can only stay positive for so long" said Angela Huntsinger, sister.
Tiffany Daniels' family has spent the last week doing everything they can to find their loved one by making flyers and plastering her face on Facebook.
"People are volunteering areas they live in or areas they posted posters in that's helping a lot" said Huntsinger.
The family of a missing Pensacola woman is now searching Pensacola Beach for answers.
They say they found 25 year old Tiffany Daniels' Toyota Four-Runner near Fort Pickens last night.
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Search continues for missing PSC employee
The search for Tiffany Heaven Daniels entered its 10th day today with few new clues and family and friends still determined to follow any lead.
There is a meeting at 7 p.m. Friday at Long Hollow Studio, 700 N. Guillemard St. in Pensacola. The Escambia arm of the KlaasKids Foundation will be in attendance.
“Klaas Kids do this sort of thing full time, helping with missing person cases, and the family got hooked up with them,” said Terry Strickland, one of Daniels' friends. “The leader of the local chapter is going to help us get more organized. Escambia County Search and Rescue will be there also.”
Large-scale search planned for missing woman
About 100 people crowded into the Long Hollow Studio on North Guillemard Street in Pensacola on Friday night, filling several rows of chairs, lining up against the walls and even poking their heads in from outside to hear what they could do to aid in the search for Tiffany Heaven Daniels.
Tiffany Daniels: No Foul Play Suspected
Another day and still no one can find Tiffany Daniels.
"Quite frankly, we don't know what happened to her." Pensacola police chief Chip Simmons says the discovery of her SUV, cell phone and bicycle earlier this week at West Park near Fort Pickens helped but still no definitive answers. "We've checked her apartment, we've checked her vehicle some other checks and there's nothing at this point leads us to believe foul play is suspected."
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Search crews scour beach in search for missing woman
Some people arrived dressed in rain gear and heavy boots, some carried large backpacks loaded with water and supplies and a few appeared as if they had been heading for church services before deciding they could offer even greater service on the beach that day.
The KlaasKids, a nonprofit child advocacy group that also assists in search and rescue operations, helped organize and direct about a dozen search teams consisting of public volunteers, KlaasKids members, Escambia County Search and Rescue personnel and K-9 units.
Search for Missing Woman Begins
Family and friends of Tiffany Daniels began their search efforts in conjunction with the KlaasKids Foundation and Escambia Search and Rescue.
Tiffany has been missing since August 12. Now friends and family are taking action after her car was found last Tuesday in a parking lot on Pensacola Beach.
"You don't really know what to do," said Terry Strickland, organizer for the search and close friend to Tiffany. "There's no training course for this. We've just all been doing what we can trying to stay positive so we can keep going."
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Search is on for missing Pensacola woman
Terry Strickland said you could often find his friend Tiffany Daniels dancing or spending time on Pensacola Beach.
Now, that’s where hundreds are searching in hopes of any sign of the 25-year-old who has been missing since August 12, 2013.
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200 Volunteers Search for Tiffany Daniels
Her car was driven to the parking lot the night she went missing. Unfortunately, cameras only caught her license plate, not who was in the vehicle. Her cell phone and bicycle were both found inside.
Two searches at Fort Pickens have turned up no sign of Daniels. Still, friends are not giving up hope.
"We don't know that she was here, but it the most likely place to look. We want to make sure that if there's any information, if there are any clues as to what happened to Tiffany on this island, that we don let it slip through the cracks," says a friend.
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This is a good map that shows what is on Ft. Pickens Road on the West End map.
The beach is not really that large and Ft. Pickens Rd. mainly has condos, townhouses and public beaches. The entrance to Ft. Pickens is merely feet from the parking lot her car was found in. When you make a right on Ft. Pickens Rd., it is about 4-5 miles til you reach Ft. Pickens at the end.
Area is open daily from 7:00 am until sunset. Fort Pickens Visitor Center (Seasonal Hours) Fort Pickens Museum open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Thank you Daisy!
Thank you, Ima, for starting this thread!!
This is the FAQ from the Find Tiffany FB page: https://www.facebook.com/notes/help-...64160203775026
Thanks for starting this thread, Imamaze!
No, they just had another woman disappear in the area though.