Officers find body believed to be that of missing woman

Body of missing Nebraska woman found

Body of missing Nebraska woman found

Loofe's family announced the discovery in a Facebook post Monday night.

Loofe was reported missing November 17 after she failed to turn up for work at Walmart in Lincoln.

A 24-YEAR-OLD Nebraska woman has been found dead three weeks after she went on a Tinder date with another woman.

They did not release details of where of where her body was found or the cause of death but search teams had been scouring lakes and rivers near her home in Wilber, Nebraska. "We love you Sydney".

Bliemeister stressed that investigators believe there's no ongoing threat to the public, although no one had been charged in Loofe's disappearance.

"We do believe that there is evidence of foul play" involved in the woman's death, added incoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister, but he wouldn't provide any specifics. Both of them denied having anything to do with Loofe's disappearance, but Boswell said she was the woman who Loofe went on a Tinder date November 15.

Aubrey Trail, 51, and Bailey Boswell, 23, had posted numerous videos to social media since they were named as persons of interest.

The police chief said Tuesday morning that they had not been charged with any offense directly related to the Loofe investigation.

While they believe the body to be Sydney Loofe further forensic analysis is being conducted to confirm the identity with certainty. Boswell claimed that she picked up Loofe on November 15 from Loofe's home, drove around, went back to her house to smoke marijuana and dropped Loofe off at a friend's house.

Authorities searched for clues for almost a month, and tracked Loofe's digital footprint after they found a cell tower in Wilbur had received a ping from Loofe's cellphone.

24-year-old Sydney Loofe was found dead Monday in an open area, the Daily Mail reports. Court records say he lives in Wilber. "I'm a person of interest and I'm not really running from anything".

While Trail talks for most of the video, it's Boswell's face that is always seen - staring into the camera.

A multi-agency press conference that includes the Federal Bureau of Investigation is scheduled for this morning.

In Lincoln, Loofe worked as a cashier at the Menards at 27th Street and Cornhusker Highway, and was known by her friends and co-workers as polite, caring and willing to do anything that was needed.

Loofe, according to the Journal Star, grew up in Neligh, where her father is a high school principal and her mother works for the school district. That confirmation will come later, including after an autopsy, he said. "She has a very good heart".

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