The body of a 24-year-old woman who went missing three weeks ago after going on a Tinder date has been found. Sydney Loofe's family confirms she is dead.
For the first time Tuesday, law enforcement officials said they found evidence of foul play in the case.
At a press conference Tuesday morning, Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister and other law enforcement officers shared a few details about Monday's discovery of the body. No one has been charged, although authorities found two persons of interest who released a weird Facebook video last week.
Crews walking along ditches in area in Clay County where body believed to be Sydney Loofe was found.
An analysis of Loofe's digital records led them to the area where they searched for answers for how Loofe's body ended up in rural Clay County, more than 100 miles from her home in Lincoln.
Loofe, as per the Journal Star, experienced childhood in Neligh, where her dad is a secondary school primary and her mom works for the school region. Family and friends have said she went on a date the night before with someone she met online.
Trail said in the video that he offered his support and prayers to the Loofe family.
Loofe's death comes after multiple agencies, including the F.B.I., assisted in the search. Boswell and Trail are being held without bond.
Sydney Loofe's coworkers and family said it was out of character when she didn't arrive for her shift as a cashier at the north Lincoln store.
In one video, Boswell said that she was the person Loofe met on Tinder.
Aubrey Trail's booking mugshot in Missouri. They're both in jail after being arrested on unrelated warrants.
Boswell and Trail posted a video to social media in which they said they were innocent and had been "slammed and crucified" in the newspapers.
Boswell and Trail have posted two Facebook videos declaring their innocence as the FBI, Nebraska State Patrol, and Lincoln police have questioned the pair about their involvement in Loofe's disappearance. You've already crucified us on Facebook, ' he said. "We have apparently put her into human trafficking and sold her", Trail said sarcastically.
"We're going to be busy for a little while working on it and like I said just to make sure we have everything we need to thoroughly process this", Pullen said.
Bliemiester on Tuesday said investigators have explored the claims in the video extensively. This time, though, they went to Boswell's home, where they smoked more marijuana and she provided Loofe a 1/4-ounce of it, she claims.
Loofe liked Lincoln but was looking to change jobs, her mother said.