Las Vegas Fugitive On The Run After Alleged Murder Of Girlfriend In 2020
Las Vegas fugitive Eduardo Clemente at one point weighed 385 pounds. Investigators said he may have lost a significant amount of weight since Tiffany Booth's murder. Clemente is incredibly tech savvy, has green eyes, and brown hair. If you have any information on his whereabouts, please submit your tips to InPursuitTips.com or text 1-833-378-7783 (3-PURSUE).
In early October 2020, friends and loved ones of Tiffany Booth said she vanished and lost all connection. It was out of character for her to not answer calls or respond to those she typically spoke to daily.
Friends told In Pursuit, when Tiffany's mom went to her home to see what was happening, her medication for asthma was left behind. Tiffany had severe asthma and it didn't make sense for her to leave this behind.
In the months prior to Tiffany's disappearance, she was dating a new man. This was someone who was just a friend at first, but according to her friends, became someone who was eventually her boyfriend. Angelina Moore, Tiffany’s cousin, told In Pursuit, “She told me Eduardo definitely swept her off her feet. Tiffany described Eduardo as a big teddy bear.” Moore added, “Eduardo was love bombing her.”
A formal missing persons report was filed for Tiffany on Oct. 5, 2020, this according to Las Vegas Lt. David Valenta. “We average 500+ missing person reports a month in Las Vegas… about 99% of those are found and located.”
On Oct. 6, 2020, a manager at Tiffany and Eduardo’s work called in a welfare check, this according to Lt. Valenta.
Tiffany’s friend Bree Tovar flew into town and began working the phones and doing her own digging. Tovar, with the permission from Tiffany’s mom, was calling her bank and trying to pull video from her home. The dates September 29, September 30, and October 1 were all deleted from the file. The last transaction from Tiffany’s bank was on Oct. 6, 2020. There were mainly gas purchases and fast food purchases, but only enough food was purchased for one person, Tovar said.
Tovar said that along with Tiffany’s mom, they found accounts belonging to a guy named “Daniel Trent” with photos of Eduardo Clemente. There were “dozens” of social media accounts with this name, Tovar said.
A little more than a week after Tiffany was last heard from, on Oct. 8, 2020, two off-duty police officers were hunting when they made an alarming discovery.
The officers said they came across a car in the desert and the tags were taken off. When they did a check on the VIN, it came back to Tiffany Booth. The vehicle was more than 200 miles away and it looked as if someone had attempted to hide it, Lt. Valenta said.
Lt. Jason Johansson told In Pursuit, there was something inside the car that took their investigation directly to Twin Falls, Idaho. Clemente was solo, Johansson said, and he was purchasing survival gear.
Lt. Johansson and Lt. Valenta searched Tiffany’s apartment and found a number of pieces of evidence, including blood on the wall. They said the investigation shifted to a homicide investigation.
Investigators believe there was an argument on Sept. 30, 2020 and that fight turned physical. Tiffany may have possibly been killed during that alleged “heated” exchange, Lt. Johannson said.
Tiffany's Aunt Malinda Beausoleil spoke to In Pursuit, "I miss Tiffany everyday. He took her from us and it's not fair. She was such a caring, loving person, she took him into her home, and he betrayed her."
Eduardo Clemente at one point weighed 385 pounds. Investigators said he may have lost a significant amount of weight since Tiffany Booth's murder. Clemente is incredibly tech savvy, has green eyes, and brown hair. He could be using the names Eduardo Daniel Clemente, Daniel Trent or using the first name, Edward.
If you have any information on his whereabouts, please submit your tips to InPursuitTips.com or text 1-833-378-7783 (3-PURSUE).