Still Missing in Pensacola: Tiffany Daniels

Still Missing in Pensacola: Tiffany Daniels

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Tiffany Daniels was last seen August 12th.  Her SUV was found near Fort Pickens. Tiffany Daniels was last seen August 12th. Her SUV was found near Fort Pickens.

She is the picture of a perfect sister. "She's an artist whether it performing arts, dancing, painting. She was our rainbow." But the image most people have seen of Tiffany Daniels is on a missing poster.

"Someone saw something. Someone knows something and that's what we're gonna find and we're bringing her back." Angela Huntsinger spent her childhood protecting her baby sister. "You have this imaginary blanket over them and you'll take the blunt for them any day of the week. Then something like this happens underneath your face, it's a kick in the gut."

A theater tech at Pensacola State College, she was last seen leaving campus at 4:43 the afternoon of August 12th. Searches have focused around the Fort Pickens area of Pensacola Beach where investigators may have gotten a break. "Nine days later you find a car. Not just a jacket or something like that you find a car, bike everything. It was like Christmas," says Huntsinger.

Laura Murphy was back at the beach today. She doesn't know Tiffany or her family but feels compelled to do something. "It's the mother in me, not knowing where your child is, can't even imagine."  

The Daniels family is trying to stay strong, "How did I miss it? How was I not there? What could I have done?" says Angela. After ten days staying strong is getting harder to do.

KlassKids is getting involved in the search and will hold an organizational meeting tomorrow night (Friday, August 23rd) in Pensacola at "Long Hollow Studio" located at 700 N Guillemard Street. The meeting gets underway at 7 o'clock for anyone who wants to help in the search for Tiffany.

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