TARA Payne went missing in late March 2021, prompting serious concern from her family and friends.
Police confirmed on March 25 that the remains of the 26-year-old woman were discovered in the water in Baltimore’s Canton neighborhood.
Who is Tara Payne AKA Savannah from Baltimore and when did she go missing?
Tara Payne, also known as Savannah Payne, is a women from Baltimore.
She was approximately 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighed about 115 pounds. According to a social media user who alleges to have attended college with Payne, she had a “tattoo of an outline of shark filled in with floral print on her forearm.”
According to police, she was last seen on March 23, 2021, at approximately 1:30 a.m., in the 2800 block of O’Donnell Street.
WJZ reported she was celebrating her birthday on the night she was last seen.
She reportedly got separated from her friends and was last spotted on O’Donnell Street in Canton Square.
When was she found?
Baltimore Police confirmed on Thursday, March 25, that the remains of Tara were found off of “Dockside Circle” in the city’s Canton neighborhood.
Savannah’s father, Jimmy Payne, told WJZ earlier on Thursday: “Everyone loves her. She loves everyone and everyone just wants her safe return and that’s what we’re hoping for.”
“Savannah is in love with the beach like I am. Her passion is the beach, being with her friends, being with her family,” he added. “She loves Taco, the family dog, and she loves her brother.”
The father told WJZ that his family was working with police to investigate.
Police said her remains will go to the medical examiner’s office to determine a cause of death.
Investigators searched the water on Wednesday.
The city’s Marine Unite said it searched the water with the aid of Natural Resources Police.
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