Tiffany Sayre, a 26-year-old mother of two, was last seen alive around midnight on May 11, 2015. Her body was found on June 20, 2015, in a culvert along a rural highway. Her manner of death is Homicidal Violence and her case remains open.
Tiffany was born into a large, loving family. When Tiffany and her sister were young, Tiffany’s mother moved them to West Virginia. But Tiffany wasn’t happy, so she asked her father to come and get her – and she moved in with him near Chillicothe.
“She was a bubbly spirit, adventurous. She had a
mind of her own. Very independent, and knew
exactly how to get where she was going.”
Shelly Hehr, Tiffany’s aunt
Tiffany made a near-seamless transition into Ross County schools, acing her classes and making friends along the way. After high school, Tiffany started a job and gave birth to her first daughter. She was happy and hopeful.
Unfortunately, Tiffany’s family noticed her thinning frame. When she became irrational and irritable, they knew
something was terribly wrong. In 2014, Tiffany met the love of her life, a stable and supportive man who wants to help her get clean. Sadly, everything changed on April 28th when he died, suddenly. Tiffany attended the funeral but her world was shattered. She fell off the grid and eight days later, Tiffany’s family reported her missing.
Six weeks after Tiffany was reported missing, hikers discovered a body in a culvert along a rural highway. It was Tiffany, her body wrapped up in a white cloth and duct tape was found at the scene.