Nebraska Woman Found Dead After A Tinder Date With Another Woman

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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.

FBI Special Agent Randy Thysse said at a Lincoln news conference that investigators strongly believe a female body, found in southeast Nebraska's Clay County, is that of Sydney Loofe, who was reported missing November 16.

"By their own statements on social media, we believe that Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell were two of the last people ... with Sydney", Bliemeister said, confirming that they are both persons of interest in the case.

In the video, which was later uploaded to YouTube, Boswell has her hoodie up and is wearing large sunglasses, and only half of Trail's face can be seen.

"I went to take her home and she asked me to drop her off at a friend's house, so I did so", Boswell said.

Police kept an eye on Trail because he lived in the city of Wilber, the last known location of Loofe's phone before it was turned off, the Daily Beast reported.

"We are indeed conducting a very thorough investigation to ensure we can provide an accurate account of what happened to Sydney", FBI Special Agent in Charge Randy Thysse said at a news conference Tuesday.

"I've never killed anyone in my life and I've never hurt a female in my life", Trail says in one. They were arrested on outstanding warrants on charges unrelated to Loofe's disappearance.

"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.

The parents of missing United States woman Sydney Loofe set up a Facebook page called Finding Sydney Loofe.

In an interview with the Neligh News and Leader Monday night, George Loofe expressed gratitude to those who prayed for their daughter, posted flyers, spread word on social media and "everyone that had anything to do with the search for Sydney".

"It's with heavy hearts that we share this most recent update with you all.May God grant eternal rest unto thee".

Trail said he objected to the reporting on his criminal background, which includes a conviction for grand theft in 2000.

Investigators would not get more specific about the area where Loofe's body was found, other than to say it was an open area, and not in an urban environment. "Consequently they remain people of intrigue".

"She wouldn't abandon her feline", Susie Loofe told the daily paper a month ago.

"She's the sort of individual the world needs a greater amount of", companion Terra Gehrig told the daily paper.

"I hope that Sydney is found very soon, she is a sweet, fantastic girl", she said.

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