Tiffany Foster, a mother of three, went missing during a shopping trip in Georgia in 2021. Her fiance, Reginald Robertson, is now accused of killing her. Despite her body not being found, officials believe she is deceased based on collected evidence. Robertson faces charges including felony murder, malice murder, kidnapping, and rape. The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office has not released details on how Foster was killed. Simone Jasper reported
A mother of three disappeared during a shopping trip in 2021, and now her fiancé is being accused of her murder, according to Georgia officials. Tiffany Foster, 35 years old at the time, left her home on March 1, 2021, but failed to show up for work, a college class, or a flight she had booked. Authorities discovered her purse and other belongings that she had left behind, deepening the mystery. Reginald Robertson, Foster’s fiancé, initially stated that it was unusual for her to be out of contact with her children. However, on August 3, deputies charged Robertson in connection with Foster’s death. Although Foster’s body has not been found, law enforcement officials have collected substantial evidence indicating that she is deceased. Foster, also known as Tiffany Starks, was last seen leaving her apartment in Newnan, approximately 40 miles southwest of Atlanta. During a news conference in March 2021, Foster’s sister, Kimberly Bryan, pleaded for anyone with information about her disappearance to come forward. Robertson, who had previously been accused of stealing Foster’s car, now faces charges including felony murder, malice murder, kidnapping, and rape. The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office has not disclosed the details of how they believe Robertson killed Foster. Simone Jasper, a reporter for The News & Observer covering breaking stories and real-time news in the Carolinas, contributed to this article..