#MISSING: Tiffani Streling, 21 - Burley, IDAHO

 Searchers are going to meet again Sunday morning in hopes of finding a Burley woman who was last seen on May 16.
In a brief telephone interview Saturday evening, Tiffani Streling's father and stepmother said they and the police had been looking for Streling that day, including searching the nearby Snake River with boats.
They are looking for more people to help them search, and will meet again at 125 East 450 South in Heyburn — which is known as "The Tree" — at 11 a.m. Sunday to resume.
Nobody was immediately available to comment at the Minidoka County Sheriff's Office or the Heyburn Police Department.
Streling, 21, was last heard from around 6 p.m. Saturday, when she was walking in the 1700 block of Oakley Avenue in Burley from her boyfriend's house to a friend's house.
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