Mother seeks answers nearly 4 years after daughter's disappearance

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The mother of a missing Marietta woman hopes a break in another case will open new leads. 

Tiffany Whitton was last seen at a Walmart on Cobb Parkway in September 2013. She was 26-years-old at the time of her disappearance. 

Nearly four years since her disappearance, Tiffany's mother refuses to give up hope that someone has critical information that investigators need. 

"As most people know, a very similar missing person case, Chase Massner, had recent developments due to a tip the detectives working his case just received," Marietta Police said in a news release this week. 

Earlier this month, U.S. Marshals and Cobb County police arrested James Bradshaw Clement, 31, and charged him with concealing a death in connection with Massner's 2014 disappearance. 

Authorities said remains, believed to be Massner's, were found buried under the back deck of a home along Farmbrook Trail, where Clements once lived. A tip led authorities to the home.

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Friday morning, Marietta Police and Tiffany's mother, Lisa Daniels, held a joint news conference, urging anyone with information to come forward. 

"As we all just saw in the Massner case, it only takes one person courageous enough to come forward," Marietta Police said. "Tiffany is still missing, but she is not forgotten. We need your help reminding the public of her disappearance." 

Tiffany is described as 5’3”, 105 pounds with a petite build. She has green eyes and brown, possibly light or dark, hair. Anyone with information is asked to call the Cobb County Cold Case Unit or the Marietta Police Department.

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