Family Thinks Missing Pensacola Woman Victim of Human Traffickin

Family Thinks Missing Pensacola Woman Victim of Human Trafficking

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Time doesn't always ease the pain when a love one is lost.

"None of us sitting here thought that we would be here now," says her mother Cindy, "six months without her."

Tiffany Daniels drove away from work on a Monday afternoon. Eight days later her SUV was found along with her phone and bicycle near Fort Pickens. Her family has been desperately searching ever since.

"As far as new clues coming in they come in from time to time," says her father Rodney. "In talking to the police department the phone records have been investigated, DNA has been collected, known's have been identified and some unknowns."

Tips that have been received are leading the family in a different direction according to Cindy. "There are many paths that this can go and one of them is human trafficking. We need to be aware of what is going on. It is here. It is around us. We are the third leading state in human trafficking problems."

"I firmly believe that she was tricked," says her sister Angela Huntsinger. "Anything that would lead up to why or how this person lured her into their darkness is what we need to look into."

Their search continues for answers, for clues, for Tiffany.

"What do families do?" asks Rodney. "You keep them in your heart. Say a prayer and hope for the best and we've done that to the best of our ability but there are still moments, obviously."

It's those moments that make the last six months the hardest of all.

The family is convinced somebody knows something that they are not telling so they've set up a couple of websites where you can leave anonymous tips or photo's: www.helpfindtiffany.com/tips and if you want to upload of photo or video anonymously use imgur.com where you can send a link via anonymous tip form on the website.

You can email the family at helpfindtiffany@gmail.com

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