A body accepted to be that of a missing Nebraska lady who vanished following a Tinder date a month ago has been found - and there's "proof of injustice", police said as two people of enthusiasm for the case stay in the slammer.
Sydney Loofe was reported missing by a friend November 16 after she missed a shift at work.
Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister said "digital evidence" had led authorities to a body in rural Clay County on Monday afternoon. They suspect foul play.
Multiple law enforcement agencies had been searching for Loofe, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
"It's with overwhelming hearts that we share this latest refresh with all of you", George and Susie Loofe composed. "Please continue to pray for Sydney and our entire family", the family wrote. "We love you Sydney".
Boswell's roommate, 51-year-old Aubrey Trail, is also considered a person of interest in the case.
Ms Loofe had posted a Snapchat image before the meeting with an emoji and caption: "Ready for my date". She was reported missing the next day.
Two persons of interest were still in custody in the Ozarks connected to the deeath. The warrant for his arrest listed the charges as being a habitual criminal and possession of a deadly weapon by a prohibited person - a felon.
Trail and Boswell, now facing unrelated drug charges, posted video claiming they were being "crucified" by the media. On their second date, Boswell claims they went back to her house to smoke powerful marijuana wax and that she later dropped Loofe off at a friend's house. This media house does not correct any spelling or grammatical error within press releases and commentaries.
Wilber was also the last place where Loofe's cellphone pinged. Boswell and Trail say they're innocent and are being unfairly targeted by authorities.
Boswell said she felt sorry for Loofe's family, adding that she "didn't have anything to do with" her disappearance and death. Meyer recalled that when the Loofe children were in high school, they would have a family movie night every Sunday and were regular attendees at the Lutheran church. "We're not trying to make you believe anything". Both nights, she says she picked Loofe up at her home and the two drove around Lincoln smoking weed. "But I'll be goddamned, I've never killed anyone in my life", says Trail, who has previous convictions for forgery and issuing bad checks.
"She was a very sweet girl, very loving", he said.
Bliemiester on Tuesday said investigators have explored the claims in the videos extensively. She added that the next night, November 15, she picked up Loofe again, doing much of the same.