• Mom speaking out after no new clues surface in son's disappearance


    PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh police issued a new watch alert Thursday in the disappearance of Andre Gray who is considered a victim of foul play.

    Gray, 34, disappeared from his Lawrenceville apartment back in October.

    “Not knowing where my son is, I can't get any closure until they find my son,” said Gray’s mother, Victoria Tillman-Gray.

    For nine, long weeks, Tillman-Gray has continued to hold out hope that her son will be found alive. She said now she just wants to know where he is.

    “I don’t know what the investigation takes, but they are telling me they are working on it every day,” said Tillman-Gray.

    The case has puzzled investigators from the start. 

    On Oct. 25, Gray’s mother and stepsister found blood and smelled bleach when they went to his apartment. Gray was gone and so was his dog.

    The next day Gray’s car was found on Pittsburgh’s North Side burned. The gas tank had been set on fire.

    Police said they’ve detected no activity on Gray’s cellphone or bank account since October.

    So far, a cash reward for any information on Gray’s disappearance has brought no new clues.

    “I believe it’s more than one person that’s involved in this. I know it’s based on jealousy and greed,” said Tillman-Gray. “If anybody knows anything, please come forward. I'm begging you.”

    At last check, the cash reward for any information that leads to solving the case is up to $1,000. Callers may remain anonymous. 


    Next Up: