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Tyshareen Budale, 27: Last Seen The Day After Christmas 2020
Little has been shared about a December 2020 case involving Tyshareen Budale, so finding updates about this story proved to be difficult. According to documents, Tyshareen was last seen on December 26, 2020, near the 400 block of South 15th Street in Newark, New Jersey. The 27-year-old was excited about the holidays and reportedly made plans to spend New Year’s Eve with her father. However, no one has seen or heard from her, and as mysterious as the circumstances in this case are, local news outlets have yet to push this story into vast visibility.
“While detectives are actively searching for Ms. Budale, we seek the public’s help in quickly locating her,” authorities reportedly stated.
Reports added that she wasn’t reported missing until January 23, 2021, and Tyshareen’s vehicle was left behind. Her personal and professional lives are unknown and although it was said that Tyshareen was usually active on social media, it was also noted that she abruptly stopped posting around the time she went missing. I attempted to track down her social media pages to no avail, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t out there, somewhere.
At the time of her disappearance, Tyshareen Budale stood 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighed 170 to 180 pounds. She is said to have a medium-brown complexion, usually styled her hair in different colored wigs, and has brown eyes. Tyshareen has a heart-shaped tattoo in the middle of her chest and reportedly goes by the nicknames “Dymo” or “Musha.”
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Newark Police Department Special Victims Unit at (973) 733-6277, the Department’s 24-hour Crime Stopper tip line at 1-877-NWK-TIPS (1-877-695-8477). All anonymous Crime Stopper tips are kept confidential and could result in a reward. The agency case number is C21003399.
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