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Family speaks after body of missing Las Vegas woman is found

Posted at 9:22 PM, Oct 28, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The family of 35-year-old Tiffany Booth is speaking out with the hope that the man who police say is linked to her death is caught.

“I can’t fathom for one reason why anyone would want to hurt her,” said cousin Angelena Moore.

Police say 38-year-old Eduardo Clemente was Booth’s boyfriend and now they’re calling him a suspect in her death.

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Booth’s cousin says Clemente was living with Booth for about five months, but only dated him a small portion of that time.

Las Vegas police say they started looking into the disappearance of the couple on Oct. 5 after both of them didn’t show up for work after a trip.

“We were lead to believe that they had gone to Boulder City so we knew if they were driving maybe someone saw them or their car,” Moore said.

During this time, the family started a “Help Find Tiffany Booth” Facebook page, which garnered nearly 2,000 likes by folks hoping she'd be found alive.

However, detectives found Booth’s body near Indian Springs last week.

“Tiffany didn’t deserve this, our family didn’t deserve this. Nobody deserves this,” Moore said.

The family is pleading for anyone with information about Clemente’s whereabouts to give police a call.

“She impacted everyone she knew because she was so kind and accepting and she made everyone feel like the most important person in the world,” Moore said.

Booth’s family has set up a GoFundMe to help with travel expenses and the funeral.