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A 22-year-old woman from Gold Street who had gone missing for 2 weeks was found dead on train tracks in Buffalo on Saturday. The police suspect this as homicide, while the investigation continues.

Tiara Lott, a 22-year-old NY woman, who had disappeared two weeks ago was found dead on the train tracks in Buffalo, New York. The area cops identified the body to be that of Tiara’s and informed her family. The police suspect the death to be a homicide and are investigating the matter.

Patricia Davis, Tiara’s mother stated that the final exchange of words or interaction that Tiara had with anyone was on January 29, on a video call with her friend. She had her face scarred and she was heard telling her friend that she’s ‘sore‘. She also added further that when the person she was talking to asked her about the address for sending an Uber, the call got disconnected.

‘Then 10 minutes later she sent out, ‘God forbid, if anything happens to me, that I love y’all and tell everybody,” said Davis.

The cops are now waiting for the autopsy reports before verifying her identity. However the police Capt Jeff Rinaldo was reported by WGRZ saying that they had a potential ‘reason to believe’ that it was Tiara Lott, and therefore informed the family.

As reported by WIVB, Tiara was seen on Gold Street for the last time. “We found her clothes in the house, her boots. We went back to the house four days later, and we found my baby’s coat with her IDs in it,” Tiara’s mother stated.

Tiara had recently bagged a new job opportunity with a telemarketing company. While the woman was yet to start with the job, she went missing. Ms Davis also said that her daughter was last seen with her boyfriend.

People who get any kind of  information are asked to call 716-847-2255 which is  the confidential police tip helpline numerous.

The police are probing into the matter and have not pointed any suspects as yet.

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