Missing woman Tatyana Khmara has been located but it isn't certain as to whether or not she is a victim of a crime. The 27-year-old called her family after seeing herself on the news, but claimed to have no knowledge of where she was or how she got there. She then called 911 to allow police to lock onto her location. It's apparent that the missing woman may have been a victim of crime, but police are not clarifying on any of the details just yet. What happened to her?
The missing woman's brother gave a description of the man spotted at the park with Tatyana. He is described as being white with shoulder-length hair. He was reportedly wearing jeans and dirty white sneakers. Could this man have led the missing woman away with foul thoughts in mind? Was she drugged, only to wake up in a strange place? It seems like a plot right out of a suspense movie, but it's real life, and the confusion is only the beginning.
Tatyana Khmara may be the victim of a crime, but is it also a possibility that this is a hoax? This is in no way intended to be accusatory, but even adult women are known to disappear willingly, only to fake abductions so as to avoid the disappointment of their family members. Such women include Aisha Khan and Rajwinder Kaur. These were both adult women who faked abductions, to only be missing for a few days at the most.
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