GREAT FALLS – It has been one year since Tamara “Tammy” Goff disappeared.
Goff left her Great Falls residence on the 2100 block of 7th Avenue North on July 12, 2018 at 7 a.m.
At that time, she was last seen driving a 2008 black Chevrolet Colorado and it was said she was headed to the south end of Great Falls with her dog, Sadie.
Sadie was found on July 13, 2018 on Hawk Drive in Great Falls, but Goff is still missing.
Since Goff was reported missing, family members have offered a $40,000 reward for any information that will lead to finding her.
Amanda Goff, Tammy Goff’s daughter-in-law, wanted to remind people to keep an eye out for Tammy and her vehicle.
She said, “It’s a hard day for the entire family. At this point we’re just praying and hoping for some type of closure, whatever that may be.”
Goff would now be 61 years old. She is 5’6″, 150 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.
If you have any information regarding Tammy or her disappearance, you are asked to call the Great Falls Police Department or 911.
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(JULY 16, 2018) The search for Tamara “Tammy” Goff in Great Falls continues.
She was reported missing on Friday, July 13th.
The GFPD posted the following information at 10:45 a.m. on Monday:
- We are still searching for Tammy Goff. Tammy’s family and friends, the CCSO, USCBP, and GFPD spent the weekend searching for Tammy and were unsuccessful.
- INVESTIGATION UPDATE DETAILS:
- No one has reported hearing from Tammy or seeing her vehicle
- Crews have searched the river and the river banks on foot, by air, and by boat
- We are continuing to follow up on leads regarding Tammy’s phone usage
- Tammy’s dog, Sadie, was found midday Friday on Hawk Drive, about 4 miles outside of Great Falls city limits. We have received reports of sightings of Sadie earlier on Friday, on the opposite side of the river, at least a mile further to the south. Sadie was wet when she was found and had likely crossed the river at some point
- We are asking for anyone with surveillance footage in the area to call Sergeant Mitchell at 406-781-8909
- We encourage community members to keep looking for Tammy’s vehicle (see description and photos in original post)