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Unsolved Disappearance 

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Tiffany Daniels

Tiffany Heaven Daniels, 25, mysteriously vanished from Pensacola, Florida on August 12, 2013.  She was last seen leaving Pensacola State College, where she worked as a theater technician.

On August 11, Tiffany started her day with a goodbye breakfast with her boyfriend, who had been accepted into the robotics program at the University of Texas in Austin. He had encouraged her to accompany him, but she declined. She told him she wanted

to visit him and they made plans for an upcoming visit.

Tiffany had a roommate Gary Nichols, the father of one of Tiffany's friends. He had separated from his wife and wanted to rent a room closer to his work. Tiffany's parents were not particularly happy she was sharing a house with someone twice her age, but they were happy she was with someone safe.

Gary recalled Tiffany has been depressed the day before she disappeared. He claims between 3:00-5:00 a.m. that night, he heard the front door open and close several times and peeked out but did not see Tiffany. Assuming she left to work early, he went back to sleep.

On August 12, Tiffany went to work at the beginning of her shift and began painting the sets. Not citing a reason, she asked her supervisor if she could leave work early and take off a couple days following. She clocked out at 4:43 p.m. and left the theater.

Later that night, Gary became concerned he had not seen Tiffany and the electric was turned off. Gary called his daughter Noel and asked her to contact Tiffany's mother who immediately called the police.

On August 20, a woman noticed Tiffany's silver Toyota Forerunner parked at Park West in Pensacola Beach. Tiffany often hiked this area, even though her mother told her not to hike alone.

Police found her bicycle, purse, cell phone, wallet, clothing, paintings, a jar of Peanut Butter, and a jug of water inside her car.  Investigators impounded the vehicle and found two fingerprints, one on the door handle and the other on the steering wheel. The prints could not be matched to Tiffany, however.

For years, sightings and leads have been followed all to no avail. Theories regarding Tiffany's disappearance include foul play, accidental drowning, and even sex trafficking.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Tiffany Daniels, please call the Pensacola Police Department at 850-435-1900.

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