Body Believed To Be Sydney Loofe's Has Been Found

Family says Sydney Loofe, missing Lincoln woman, found dead

Report: Sydney Loofe's Body Found, Family Says

It's also the last place that a cell tower received a ping from her cellphone.

Law enforcement officials will reveal more information at a 9am CT press conference in Lincoln.

Loofe was last heard from when she posted on social media before going on a date.

However, Boswell denies that she had anything to do with Loofe's disappearance. It was to have been a second date between the two. They are being held in a county jail, according to the Omaha World-Herald.

In one of the new videos, a man claiming to be person of interest Aubrey Trail says ( among other things in the 10 minute long commentary) that the pair plans to turn themselves in.

Two persons of interest in the case, 51-year old Aubrey Trail, and 23-year-old Bailey Boswell are in custody on federal hold on unrelated charges.

He said after Loofe went missing, he and Boswell tried calling the police to speak to investigators but never heard back.

While they believe the body to be Sydney Loofe further forensic analysis is being conducted to confirm the identity with certainty.

Trail said he objected to the reporting on his criminal background, which includes a conviction for grand theft in 2000. "We're not trying to make you believe anything".

While Trail talks for most of the video, it's Boswell's face that is always seen - staring into the camera. "She is a sweet, awesome girl".

Sydney is the daughter of George and Susie Loofe of Neligh and had been missing since November 15. Both nights, she says she picked Loofe up at her home and the two drove around Lincoln smoking weed. Her mother, Susie Loofe, is a teacher in the district.

"It's really been an all hands on deck endeavor", Thysse said.

Loofe's final correspondence with friends was over Snapchat.

"I pray for Sydney, I hope she's found soon", he said in the video.

Boswell said she felt sorry for Loofe's family, adding that she "didn't have anything to do with" her disappearance.

Loofe, 24 was last seen in Lincoln, Nebraska on November 15 and reported missing the next day.

According to her family, Loofe was definitely "planning on coming home that night" - based on the fact that she left her auto and her cat at home.

In her free time, the outdoors lover enjoyed fishing. Family and friends have said she went on a date the night before with someone she met online. 'She has a very good heart'. It remains unclear as to who killed Loofe and what was her cause of death. She also had two siblings.

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