Tiffany’s mother Annette Murray is pleading for her daughter safe return, because she has not returned after she left her home in St Mary to seek for a job in St James on March 20.
Tiffany would be at home celebrating her 28th birthday this Friday if she had not disappeared. She would be relaxing and having fun with her nieces at the river or the beach as she did, every year on her birthday.
“She is not a rude girl who would run off with anyone…. It is hard” her mother Annette Murray said. She wanted to wish her daughter Happy Birthday and she is pleading with anyone who has taken her away to bring her back, as she is just as heartbroken as the many nieces and nephews who are praying that she will return one day.
The mother said worrying about Tiffany has caused her blood pressure to rise. Whenever, she sees her empty room.
A reward of $1 million or $2 million is being offered for her safe return.
Persons are being asked to call the Coral Gardens police station 876-953-3665, her -sister Alecia at 876-414-3887 or 119