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#MISSING: Tiffany Sayre, 26 - Chillicothe, OHIO

It's a missing persons mystery that is growing more intense by the day.
Family and friends of Tiffany Sayre are distributing flyers in an effort to get the word out about her disappearance.
She went missing late Monday night and this weekend her grandmother is making an emotional plea to the public for help.
It has been almost a week since Ruth Sayre's granddaughter disappeared leaving her heartbroken.
"It is just tearing me apart," said Sayre.
The 26 year-old mother of two was last seen leaving her friend's home in Chillicothe around 11:30 Monday night. 
Her grandmother said Tiffany was supposed to be headed back to her house but never made it. 
Jessie Sanford is Tiffany best friend and the last person to see her. 
Earlier that night, the women were at the Chillicothe Hotel with three men but left together and returned to Sanford's home on Sugar Street where they then said goodbye.
"I've been searching for her every day," said Sanford.  "I went to the river.  I went to the lake.  I can't find her nowhere.  I fear that something bad has happened.  I hope it hasn't.  I just want her home."
Police Chief Keith Washburn told the Chillicothe Gazette that phone records indicate Tiffany's cell phone has been inactive since she disappeared. 
He said a detective has been assigned to the case. 
In the meantime, family and friends are praying for a miracle.
"I'm hoping and praying she's going to be found alive," said Sayre.  "The family misses her especially her grandmother."
If you have any information about the disappearance of Tiffany Sayre, call the Chillicothe Police Department at 740-773-1191.
 
[SOURCE]: http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/2015/05/16/grandmother-of-missing-chillicothe-woman-makes-emotional-plea-for-help.html
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