Tiffany Daniels: No Foul Play Suspected

Tiffany Daniels: No Foul Play Suspected

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PENSACOLA, Florida -

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."

He says investigators continue to follow existing leads. "Until we can get a clearer picture of what happened to her before her disappearances and certainly since I think it's premature to say its a certain type of investigation. We're looking for a missing person."

Neighbors say you could always see Tiffany Daniels in the neighborhood on a bicycle, she was always friendly always smiling and they miss her. They say tonight they will gather at Long Hollow Studio to see what they can do to bring the 25 year old home.

"She is our rainbow." That's how Angela Huntsinger describes her baby sister. She and the rest of her family met with police this afternoon. "They're holding up extremely well," says Simmons. "They're focused, we're going to do everything we can to help them."

At this point only one thing is certain. "We really want to find out what happened to Ms. Daniels."

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