Daughters still tirelessly searching for missing mother 2 months later

The daughters of Tiffany Wesley continue the search for their missing mother nearly two months later.

News 12 Staff

Sep 11, 2021, 10:29 PM

Updated 1,046 days ago

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The daughters of Tiffany Wesley continue the search for their missing mother nearly two months later.
"My gut is telling me nothing is good out of this situation," says Tahnea Wesley, Tiffany's eldest daughter.
After two months of searching, Tahnea says she's tired but trying to stay positive.
"I'm praying that she is alive, I don't know if she's dead. I don't want to keep putting that in my head. But ever since this thing blew out of proportions, it's been feeling like she's gone."
Tiffany Wesley, 39, went missing on July 21. Police say her last known movement was a swipe on her EBT card in Virginia. Wesley's daughter says the detectives told her the case was closed, but when she tried to retrieve her mother's belongings from the 48th Precinct, police told her the case is still active.
News 12 reached out to the NYPD and were told that the case is still an active investigation.
However, Wesley's daughter says she feels the police aren't doing anything to help, and that she's considering taking the investigation into her own hands.
"We're trying to look for a private investigator, but private investigators are a lot of money."
The lease on Wesley's apartment on Crotona Avenue has expired, so her daughter has to empty her home and stay praying for her safe return.


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