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Witnesses Saw Missing Woman in Pasco The Night Of Her Disappearance

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PASCO, Wash.-- A Pasco mother continues to struggle with her daughter's disappearance, while police continue to follow leads to find her.

"We haven't found her, she hasn't returned home, that is obviously very suspicious," said Captain Jim Raymond, from the Pasco Police Department.

Tiairra Garcia has been missing since June 22nd. On that night her mother says Garcia's boyfriend and a friend of his picked her up from her house in Pasco.

We know now they went to Joey's 1983 Restaurant and Lounge on Court Street.

Staff at the restaurant told us Marnicus Lockhard and Ashone Hollinquest were at the restaurant that night. Police are looking for the men in connection with the woman's disappearance.

"At this point is doesn't appear there's going to be a good outcome with finding her," said Raymond.

Staff at Joey's didn't want to go on camera because of fear of retaliation. They tell us the night of the incident Lockhard, attacked another woman inside the restaurant.

They say he's known for his aggressive behavior and usually carries a gun with him. Police say Lockhard is a convicted felon and has multiple warrants for drug trafficking.

"You know he has some criminal tendencies in his background obviously, so you know some of the rumors on the street is that he is a person to be fearful of," said Raymond.

Police say when people go missing, they usually hear from them within a few days. But this time they've had no luck.

"In this instance there's been no contact from Miss Garcia at all, to her family or to any of her friends in the area," said Raymond.