Up to $60,000 is being offered as a reward for information leading to the 35-year-old’s location.
In connection with Tiffany Foster’s disappearance in March 2021 in Newnan, Georgia, Reginald Robertson was charged in August 2023 with felony murder, malice murder, concealing the death of another, rape, kidnapping, false imprisonment, forgery in the first degree, financial transaction card theft, and financial transaction card fraud.
The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office is carrying out more research in an effort to find her remains.
As they beg for more funding to help their months-long search, the family and friends of a missing Georgia mother of three are hoping that an enhanced prize will bring her home.
Since March 1st, 2021, Tiffany Foster has not been seen or heard from.
Her sister Kimberly Bryan told Dateline that “we do try to do what we can in terms of, like, passing out the fliers, doing the interviews, getting her name and her face out there to the public.”
The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office declared in September that the reward had been upped to up to $60,000 as the hunt for Tiffany has been ongoing for six months. The Briuna Harps Community and Educational Foundation is to be commended for the latest increase, which will assist the family in finding closure.
The charitable organization was founded in memory of Briuna La’fey Harps, who was shot and killed in 2019 while attending college in Fort Worth, Texas.
When the reward was increased last month, the father of Briuna La’fey Harps joined Coweta County officers in making the announcement.
According to Harps, “We would like to provide a $25,000 reward for information leading to the individual accountable for Tiffany’s disappearance.”
“However, in exchange for Tiffany’s safe return, we also want to offer $50,000 to whoever provides us with the information that leads to Tiffany’s safe return to us.”
Toby Nix, the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office’s Public Information Officer, claims that Tiffany was last saw leaving her residence at the Lakeside Apartments in Newnan, Georgia, on March 1, 2021.
The 35-year-old, according to family members, was en route to the grocery shop. If she arrived there is unknown.
When Tiffany did to show up for her college class on March 2, her disappearance was reported. Then, on March 5, she skipped work.
The 2020 Nissan Altima that Tiffany was driving was discovered on March 8 near College Park, Georgia, roughly 30 miles from her house. Her pocketbook and keys were among the items that were discovered in the vehicle. Tiffany missed a scheduled trip to Texas on March 11.
According to Tiffany’s relatives, she is a loving mother who just got engaged. Additionally, they noted that Tiffany wasn’t accustomed to skipping jobs or classes at Georgia Military College, where she was majoring in criminal justice. Most significantly, they claimed, she would never have left her kids.
Our lives have been turned inside out, as by a tornado, and we’re just trying to pick up the pieces and do the best we can to go on, according to her sister.
According to Toby Nix of Dateline, when looking into Tiffany’s disappearance, deputies from the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office found evidence of an alleged kidnapping and assault of Tiffany by Reginald Robertson that took place in November 2020.
In connection with the incident in November, Robertson was detained and charged with kidnapping and aggravated assault. He is still detained without bond while awaiting trial on those allegations.
Robertson is thought to be a person of interest in Tiffany’s disappearance, Nix told Dateline. He continued by saying that Robertson had used his right to interrogation under the Fifth Amendment.
Prior to his arrest, Robertson appeared with deputies at a press conference on March 23 and begged the public to come forward with information on Tiffany’s whereabouts.
During the news conference, Robertson urged people to call the agency if they had any information.
The family of Tiffany claims to be angry because they think Robertson knew what happened to Tiffany.
Kimberly responded, “I do, without a doubt, and that’s just based on the evidence and details that we have been given.”
Kimberly still has optimism that her sister would come back home despite the months that have gone.
She told Dateline, “I’m not trying to put my sister in the ground before her time.” “I’m pushing on as though she’s alive in my head. We are looking for her.
Tiffany’s family and friends are appealing to the public for more resources and assistance in their search, refusing to give up. In an effort to find answers, they keep posting updates on the Facebook page for Tiffany Foster.
If it were me, she wouldn’t give up on me, so I’m not going to lose up on my sister either,” Kimberly added. I’m sorry, but I just can’t.
The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office said they are still making every effort to locate Tiffany.
The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office places a high priority on finding Tiffany, Nix told Dateline. “All leads are being pursued in Tiffany’s case, which is active.”
He pleaded for anyone who may have information to contact the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office.
Tiffany is listed as weighing 220 lbs. and 5’2″ tall.