Police Suspect 'Foul Play' in Lincoln Woman's Death

The family of Sydney Loofe last heard from the 24-year-old on November 15, when she went on her second Tinder date with Bailey Boswell, 23.

But Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister credits the discovery of the body to the "analysis of digital evidence" meeting up with 'putting people on the ground'.

"We believe that Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell were two of the last people to have known to have been with Sydney prior to her disappearance, and that's why they continue to be persons of interest in this investigation", Bliemeister said.

Trail and Boswell have denied their involvement in Loofe's disappearance through a freaky trio of videos posted last week on social media.

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LPD said they have not been able to verify Boswell's claim she dropped Loofe off at a friend's house. Both said they had warrants out for their arrest but that they were being unfairly targeted by police.

"This is very large area we want to just make sure they are doing everything that they can to look through any possible evidence that might be in the area and that's what they're looking at now", said Federal Bureau of Investigation public information officer Houston Pullen. The couple had lived in close-by Wilber, yet left Nebraska after Loofe vanished, as indicated by the daily paper.

Trail said they have been speaking with investigators and have nothing to hide.

Bowell and her roommate have been jailed on unrelated charges since November 30, when they were taken into custody in Taney County, Missouri. The pair claimed their innocence in Loofe's disappearance, saying they were getting wronged and shamed by authorities.

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Multiple law enforcement agencies had been searching for Loofe, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation. May God grant eternal rest unto thee.

Syndey Loofe from the Midwestern U.S. state of Nebraska went missing three weeks ago. 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.

He said the two are persons of interest in the case. "But I'm not what you're trying to make me out to be", Trail said in one video.

"We're continuing to speak with Aubrey Trail and we'll continue to do so as long as he's willing to do that", Bliemeister said, adding that the paid had not been charged as of early Tuesday in Loofe's disappearance. 'She has a very good heart'. They add: 'Our thoughts and prayers are with the Loofe family'. "And not only did we do that, we. went to the casino and used the money that we sold her for".

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But prior to their arrests, Trail was posting several freaky videos online.

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