Police seeking help from public in connection with woman's death

By: Janet Kim Email
By: Janet Kim Email

Richmond Police are now asking for the public's help in connection with the recent death of a woman.

56-year-old Tonselara Miller was found dead last Friday in Lake Reba.

She was last seen alive a week before, on February 26, outside the Social Security Office on Gibson Bay Drive.

Police say a cab company dropped her off at the office, but she was never seen inside it.

"As far as family is concerned, you want to know everything you can know and you want closure," says Howard Miller, Miller's husband.

Police say she was wearing a dark warm-up suit and a white down coat at the time she disappeared.

The Madison County coroner says Miller drowned.

Police and Miller's family are looking for anyone who may have seen Miller walking on Gibson Bay Drive, or in the Lake Reba area, on February 26.

"I just love her so much and miss her so much, it's just so hard," says Lisa Baxter, Miller's sister.

If you have any information, you're asked to call the Richmond Police Department at 859-623-1162.


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