16-years-old, 20 weeks pregnant and allegedly murdered
POLICE are conducting a major search in the Ipswich area for the body of a Logan teenager they allege was murdered by 60 year old Rodney Wayne Williams.
On Friday night police released new information as they ask the public for help.
Superintendant David Hutchinson of the Logan Police said Tiffany Taylor was last seen leaving the Waterford West Hotel on July 12 at 11:45.
Police have been able to determine that Taylor was leaving to meet Williams, with whom she had established contact through an online dating service.
Hutchinson says the teen had a number of online dating profiles and was using them as a platform for offering sex for money.
Tiffany's sister Chloe says the teen was 20 weeks pregnant at the time.
Police are urgently appealing to anyone who may have seen Tiffany or Williams on July 12 or the champagne-coloured Hyundai with mottled paint on the roof which Williams drove, to come forward as it may assist police in locating her body.
Specifically, police are asking to speak to anyone who may have seen the Excel (pictured below) parked at Logistics Place, Larrapinta on Sunday July 12 between noon and 12.45pm
And later if you saw the excel in the area of Brisbane Valley Highway between Fernvale and Blacksoil on Sunday July 12 between 1pm and 1.45pm, please contact police.
Police also wish to speak to anyone who may have interacted with Tiffany through dating websites.
Supt Hutchinson says police have a reasonable assumption that her body may be in the vicinity of the Brisbane Valley Highway between Blacksoil at the Warrego Highway and Fernvale. "SES searches will be held in the area in the near future," Hutchinson says.
He is urging members of the public who may have been in the area between 13:00 and 13:45, and may have sighted the vehicle or either Tiffany or Williams to contact police."
7AM: A man has been charged with the murder of 16-year-old Logan teenager Tiffany Taylor.
Ms Taylor was reported missing from Waterford West last month.
She was last seen about 11.45am on Sunday, July 12, leaving a motel in the area.
A 60-year-old Annerley man was last night charged with one count of murder.
Police are still searching for Ms Taylor's remains, and have appealed to the public for help.
If you have any information which could help police with their investigations contact CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.