How did Tiara Lott die? Body of Buffalo woman who vanished after disturbing video call found on train tracks
Buffalo police captain Jeff Rinaldo said an autopsy is needed to confirm the identity of the body but they had 'reason to believe that it is Lott's body'
BUFFALO, NEW YORK: Tiara Lott went missing on January 29, 2021. After weeks of frantic searching, she was reportedly found dead on train tracks in Buffalo, New York.
Lott's body was reportedly found on train tracks in Schiller Park on February 13, 2021. The police are yet to announce her cause of death, but they are investigating the case as a homicide. According to the latest report, Buffalo police captain Jeff Rinaldo said an autopsy is needed to confirm the identity of the body but they had "reason to believe that it is Lott's body and thus notified the family accordingly."
Twenty-two-year-old Lott went missing in January. Her mother, Patricia Davis, made a public appeal for help in finding her daughter and told WGRZ that she had spent every day since Lott's disappearance searching the streets, investigating everything from abandoned buildings to train tracks in hopes of finding her.
"I'm out here everyday looking, running up in abandoned buildings, train tracks. I'm going crazy right now," her mother said. The family had announced a $5,000 reward for anybody who had information about Lott.
She was last seen in a video call with a friend, according to People. She appeared bruised and admitted she was "sore" in the chat. When her friend asked for Lott's address so that they could send her an Uber to get picked up, the call dropped. Ten minutes later she sent out a text, "God forbid, if anything happens to me, that I love y'all and tell everybody."
Her family then went to her last known address, but Lott was nowhere to be found, according to reports. However, her clothes, including her coat with her ID in the pocket were found. "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," Davis reportedly said.
According to reports, Lott's family describes her as 'outgoing, loving, fun, and a shopper'. The East High graduate was about to start a new job in telemarketing. The family has not seen or heard from Lott's boyfriend, but they have received word that he is still in the area.
In other news, a transsexual black woman has allegedly been missing for over 24 hours. According to several images and information being circulated on social media, she is said to have been kidnapped and the hashtag #FindSai had also been trending on Twitter. "Sai is a young Black trans femme who is at an increased risk of facing violence and has been kidnapped and is in the cincinnati ohio area. on their instagram story they posted a quick video in the dark and said "tall, 40-50 latino male, about 5'10, please i'm in Cincinnati Ohio, i'm in the basement he could be back any second please help" Police aren't doing enough. Keep using and spreading the hashtag and keep putting pressure on police to prioritize getting them to safety.! #FindSai", said a post.