BURLEY • Family, friends and the community will remember Tiffani Streling on Saturday night as they gather for a vigil at Lex Kunau Park along the Snake River.
The 22-year-old Burley woman was last seen May 16, 2015.
Since then, many rumors on her fate have circulated, including supposed sightings in other states.
But Cassia County detectives have followed through on every one, including leads coming in recently. Nothing has proven credible, and Streling remains missing.
What is known is that on the day she disappeared, she was to meet with her mother, Melissa Belt, and also her father, William Streling, and stepmother, Stephanie Albert.
Streling sent a text message to her mother around 1 p.m. to say she’d make it to dinner with her boyfriend, James McLaws.
She never arrived and her family’s calls went unanswered.
McLaws was at one point considered a “person of interest” according to his attorney in July 2015, but Cassia detectives don’t consider him one now. The 34-year-old picked up a four-year prison sentence out of Twin Falls concurrent with a two-year sentence from Cassia County.
The search for Streling continues as a community waits for closure.