UPDATE @ 1.30pm: Police investigating the suspected murder of Logan teenager Tiffany Taylor have today renewed their appeal for help from the public.
It’s been exactly two years since the 16-year-old was last seen leaving a motel on Loganlea Road around 10am on Sunday, July 12, 2015.
A 60-year-old Annerley man has since been charged with her murder, however Tiffany’s body has never been found.
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Detective Senior Sergeant Grant Ralston, Officer in Charge of Logan Child Protection and Investigation Unit said that just one phone call with one piece of information could be all it would take to find Tiffany’s body and bring the family some answers.
“From the outset of this investigation we are grateful for the support the public has provided to police and Crime Stoppers,” Detective Sergeant Ralston said.
“What might seem small or insignificant to you could in fact hold vital information for police.
“If you haven’t previously contacted us, I urge you to do so now.”
Tiffany’s white Samsung smartphone is yet to be recovered and may have discarded in the Fernvale, Bundamba or Riverview areas.
Investigators are also appealing for anyone who may have seen a champagne coloured 1995 Hyundai Excel with Queensland registration 649VFO in the areas listed below to contact them.
• A champagne coloured1995 Hyundai Excel with Queensland registration 649VFO (pictured) parked on Logistics Place, Larrapinta on Sunday, July 12 2015 between 12pm and 12.45pm.
• The same vehicle in the vicinity of the Brisbane Valley Highway between Fernvale and Blacksoil (see map) on Sunday, July 12 2015 between 1pm and 1.45pm.
They also want to speak with anyone who may have met with or had any interaction with Tiffany Taylor through dating websites or known anyone else who may have had contact with her.
Tiffany Taylor was five months pregnant at the time she disappeared.
EARLIER @ 7.15am: Police are expected to give an update this morning on the suspected murder of Logan teenager Tiffany Taylor.
The 16-year-old was last seen at a motel in Logan on 12 July 2015.
Rodney Wayne Williams was charged with murdering her in 2015, however her body has never been found.
It’s believed Taylor, who was five months pregnant at the time, was offering sexual services online in an attempt to earn money to support her unborn child.
Police allege this is where Williams first started talking to the teen, before they organised to meet.
At their first meeting, Taylor got into Williams car, and it’s believed they traveled about 15 kilometers to an industrial estate at Larapinta, then a further 40km to the Brisbane Valley.
Detective Senior Sergeant Grant Ralston from the Logan Child Protection and Investigation Unit will appeal for further information at 11.30am.