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Investigation continues in case of missing Waterford mom

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Tiane Brown, missing since Monday Oct. 28 Tiane Brown, missing since Monday Oct. 28
(WJBK) -

Police say two men are being questioned in the case of a missing Oakland Co. mother who hasn't been seen since Monday.

Detroit police say two men who were in possession of Tiane Brown's phone were taken into custody Wednesday in Highland Park. No further details were made available.

Brown, who lives in Waterford, was last seen leaving class at Wayne State University's law school Monday evening.

She was reported missing after she failed to pick up her three children at her parent's home in West Bloomfield.

Brown is 5' 7" and weighs approximately 145 pounds. She has brown eyes and brown, shoulder-length hair.

She also has five tattoos: one on her chest that says "Tori"; one on her right shoulder that says "Nina"; one on her back of a tiger and her name "Tiane"; a rose on her lower back; and one on her outer ankle that says "Capricorn."

She drives a dark purple 2008 burgundy Trailblazer. It has a vanity license plate that says "Tiane."

If you see her or her vehicle call police.

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