Dig Site for Tiffany Sessions is Closed
GAINESVILLE - Alachua County Sheriff's Office has closed the dig site where they had been looking for the body of missing UF student Tiffany Sessions.
The site is located just past the intersection of Hwy 441 and Williston Road.
Officials say they didn't find any evidence of Sessions at the site.
Potential leads began coming in after the news conference held last Thursday.
Detectives named deceased serial killer Paul Rowles as its formal suspect during that news conference.
Sessions, a 20-year-old UF student, went for a walk down Williston Road on Feb. 9, 1989, and never returned.
Detectives had hope to find Sessions there because the body of another UF student was found there.
Elizabeth Foster was killed by Rowles two years after Sessions disappeared.
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