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Crime Persons of Interest Named in Disappearance of Nebraska Woman, 24, Who Vanished After Online Date

22:52  28 november  2017
22:52  28 november  2017 Source:   people.com

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Persons of Interest Named in Disappearance of Nebraska Woman , 24 , Who Vanished After Online Date . Nebraska police have released the names of two people they are calling persons of interest in the disappearance of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe earlier this month, who vanished after

Nebraska police have released the names of two people they are calling persons of interest in the disappearance of 24 -year-old Sydney Loofe earlier this month, who vanished after going on an online date . Lincoln police are asking the public’s assistance in locating Aubrey Trail, 51, and

Nebraska police have released the names of two people they are calling persons of interest in the disappearance of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe earlier this month, who vanished after going on an online date.

Lincoln police are asking the public’s assistance in locating Aubrey Trail, 51, and 23-year-old Bailey Boswell, according to a police news release obtained by PEOPLE.

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  Police in Lincoln, Nebraska say Sydney Loofe vanished under "concerning" circumstances24-year-old Sydney Loofe vanished under "concerning" circumstances, Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bleimeister told the media Tuesday. Loofe, a cashier at a Lincoln hardware store, was last seen Nov. 15 in Wilber, about 40 miles southwest of Lincoln, reports the Lincoln Star Journal.

Pair Named Persons of Interest in NE Woman 's Disappearance . Nebraska police have released the names of two people they are calling persons of interest in the disappearance of 24 -year-old Sydney Loofe earlier this month, who vanished after going on an online date .

Sydney Loofe, 24 , disappeared after posting a photo to Snapchat with the caption “Ready for my Two roommates long suspected in the death of a Nebraska woman who vanished after she met Boswell and her 51-year-old roommate, Aubrey Trail, were immediately looked at as persons of

According to a police spokesperson, the pair have “ties to multiple states.”

Loofe was reported missing by her family on Nov. 16 after she didn’t show up to work after she went on a date the night before, according to Lincoln police.

Police did not specify a possible connection between Loofe, Trail and Boswell and did not comment further, citing their ongoing investigation.

The last confirmed sighting of Loofe was in Nebraska’s Saline County, southwest of Lincoln, Police Chief Jim Bliemeister said at a news conference nearly a week after she was reported missing.

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A Nebraska woman who disappeared after an online date was allegedly strangled with an extension cord and dismembered by two longtime “ persons of interest ” who now have been charged with her murder, PEOPLE confirms. Aubrey Trail, 51, and 24 -year-old Bailey Boswell made their first

Sydney Loofe, 24 , disappeared after posting a photo to Snapchat with the caption “Ready for my date on Nov. Boswell and her 51-year-old roommate, Aubrey Trail, were immediately looked at as persons of interest in the case, but they denied having anything to do with Loofe's disappearance .

“Circumstances surrounding her disappearance are concerning.” Blienmeister said at the news conference. Local, state and federal authorities are working on the case, according to the recent news release.

On Nov. 15, the night of her disappearance, Loofe’s family says she sent a friend a message on Snapchat saying “ready for my date.”

When she didn’t show up to work the next day, Loofe’s friends became worried, local TV station KETV reports. Her friends didn’t find anyone at her home and her car was still parked in the driveway, a spokesperson previously told PEOPLE.

Since she’s disappeared, Loofe’s phone has been turned off or has died. It last pinged a cell phone tower near Wilber, Nebraska, about 40 miles away from her Lincoln apartment.

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Loofe, who is originally from Neligh, Nebraska, is 5-feet-7-inches tall with blonde hair, weighing 135 lbs., according to police.

She was last seen wearing a white Columbia-brand jacket and a cream-colored shirt.

Trail is 6 feet tall, weighing 284 lbs., according to police. He has brown hair and blue eyes. Boswell is 5 feet eight inches weighing 150 lbs. with brown hair, hazel eyes.

Anyone with information on the pair or Loofe’s whereabouts is urged to call 402-441-6000.

Body found of woman who vanished after Tinder date .
Authorities have recovered the body of a Nebraska woman whose disappearance after a Tinder date last month triggered a massive search and bizarre social media posts from two persons of interest in the tragic mystery. Authorities have recovered the body of a Nebraska woman whose disappearance after a Tinder date last month triggered a massive search and bizarre social media posts from two persons of interest in the tragic mystery.

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