DALLAS --The body of missing Little Elm woman Tiffany Kelly has been found, according to officials in Dallas and Euless.
Dive teams discovered a body at Lake Buchanan in Dallas last week, according to Detective Troy Murphree with the Euless Police Department. The body was identified as Kelly, 33, who was reported missing by her mother in November after last being seen at a Waffle House in Euless.
The cause of death is undetermined, Murphree said.
“We’re waiting for the results from the medical examiner before we make any speculation or statements,” said Detective Edgar Hurtado with the EPD. “There will also be a toxicology report in the coming weeks.”
Kelly was last seen leaving the Waffle House on Nov. 18 in her silver Pontiac G5 coupe. Kelly, who lives with her mother and daughter in Little Elm, frequently made trips to Euless to visit friends, sources said. Surveillance cameras at the restaurant show Kelly driving away that day in her car.
According to Joan Foster, Kelly’s mother, Kelly was scheduled to pick up her sons in Oklahoma City on Nov. 21. The day came and her sons said she never showed up. Foster also said that Kelly takes medication for bipolar disorder, and when there was no activity on Kelly’s cellphone or debit card for several days, Foster believed her daughter could be “in grave danger.”
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