Coweta County

$60,000 reward being offered for safe return of Newnan mother

NEWNAN, Ga. — It has been almost seven months since anyone has seen Newnan mom Tiffany Foster.

A local non-profit announced Thursday that they will be adding a large amount to the reward being offered for information on Foster’s appearance, or for her to be found.

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The Briuna Harps Foundation is offering $25,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for her disappearance and her physical recovery.

They are also offering $50,000 for her safe return.

This comes in addition to an already announced $10,000 reward, meaning there is a total of up to $60,000 for Foster’s return.


Foster was last seen at the Lakeside Apartments in Newnan on March 1. Her vehicle was found in Fulton County with her personal property still inside.

Police said she left her apartment to go shopping and texted her mom, which appears to be the last contact she had with any of her family.

The 35-year-old mother of three was reported missing the next day after not showing up for a college class. A few days after that, she did not report to work.

Her fiancé Reginald Roberston was arrested more than a month later on kidnapping and aggravated assault charges.

The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office said the kidnapping and aggravated assault charges are related to an incident that happened before Foster disappeared.

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Foster is also known as Tiffany Starks. She is described as 5′2″ and 220 pounds.