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A decade later, Tiffany Daniels’ family still holding onto hope

| Hansen Hasenberg
More than 600,000. That’s how many people go missing in the United States each year, according to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons (NamUS) database. While most of those missing persons are recovered, either dead or alive, (89 to 92 percent according to NamUS) there are still plenty of people who remain missing for years. One such missing person is Tiffany Daniels, a then 25 year old woman from the Pensacola area.
Tiffany Daniels, who disappeared in August 2013, was the subject of a mural on Graffiti Bridge in Pensacola last month.


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