UF Student Missing for 23 Years
She vanished without a trace 23 years ago on this day in 1989.
The case is still open on the disappearence of UF student Tiffany Sessions.
Her mother spoke to the child abduction response team in Tampa about the open case to help investigators put a face to the investigation and to keep the memory of her daughter alive.
The Alachua County Sheriff's Office is still on the case and within the past year has conducted interviews from leads.
Watch the video for more on this mystery.
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