48 Hours Airs Tiffany Sessions: The Lost Daughter

On June 2, 2014, 48 Hours’ Tracy Smith reported the latest updates to Tiffany Sessions’ missing persons case.

This video has led to increased exposure and the family and detectives hope that it may help uncover new leads. Although detectives currently believe that Paul Rowles was her abductor, they are looking for definitive DNA evidence to convict him and continue to search for Tiffany.

Thank you to the CBS Network for airing Tiffany’s story and to everyone who watched and shared it. All exposure brings us one step closer to bringing Tiffany home.

For more updates, visit the Tiffany Sessions Project Facebook page.
If you have any information regarding this case, please call the Tiffany Sessions Hotline at 352-384-3323.

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    [Photos and Timeline] Convicted Killer Named as Prime Suspect, Police ask for Help

    Breaking news Tiffany SessionsGainesville, Fla. – After 25 years, detectives in the Tiffany Sessions missing persons case have promising leads.

    Detective Kevin Allen names Paul Rowles primary suspect in missing persons case.


    During a press conference held in Gainesville on Thursday, February 6,  Paul Rowles was announced as the primary suspect in the Tiffany Sessions missing persons case. Detective Kevin Allen of the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office has been working on the case for the past year during which a timeline was established (see below) and other evidence that incriminates Rowles has surfaced.


    Additional information regarding Rowles and his possible involvement in Tiffany Sessions’ disappearance can be found in the slideshow below.


    For more updates, visit the Tiffany Sessions Project Facebook page.
    If you have any information regarding this case, please call the Tiffany Sessions Hotline at 352-384-3323


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      New developments on Tiffany Sessions case coming this week


      It has been 25 year this week that University of Florida student Tiffany Sessions disappeared.
      Watch for new developments this week and check the Tiffany Sessions Project Facebook page for updates.

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        Tiffany Sessions Age Progression

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          Alachua County Sheriff Press Conference

          Anniversary of Missing Persons Investigation:

          The Alachua County Sheriff’s Office Cold Case Unit, partnered with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, has been re-releasing information on the anniversary dates of unsolved homicides or suspected foul play/missing persons.
          On 02/09/89, 20 year-old, W/F Tiffany Sessions (DOB 10/29/68) disappeared from the University of Florida. At approximately 6 p.m., Sessions told her roommate she was going for a walk and never returned. An extensive search provided no clues as to what happened to Sessions.
          This year marks the 20 year anniversary of this case and the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a press conference on Monday, February 9th at 10:00 a.m. in the Patrol Squad Room of the Sheriff’s Office, located at 2621 SE Hawthorne Road. Tiffany’s disappearance is a time to remember and recommit ourselves to resolving as many unsolved missing persons and murder cases as possible. A tree will be planted on the grounds at the Sheriff’s Office as a living memorial to Tiffany and all other unsolved missing persons cases in Alachua County. Sheriff Darnell will be recapping the case and family members from Tiffany’s family will be in attendance.
          Deputies are asking anyone with information about this incident or any other missing persons orhomicide case to call Detective Bob Dean at the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office at (352) 367-4161. Callers can also remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest by calling Crime Stoppers at 372-STOP (7867). For those that prefer the internet, anonymous tips may be left on the web site at http://www.alachuasheriff.org.

          P.O.BOX 1210 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 32602
          OFFICE (352) 367-4050 • FAX (352) 374-1816

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            News 4 Jax: 20 Years Later, Search Continues For Missing UF Coed

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