NBC affilate WOWT reports that members of the Lincoln Police Department and the F.B.I. said they believe they have found the body of missing Nebraska woman Sydney Loofe at a press conference Tuesday morning.
Bliemester indicated the ongoing investigation continues to center around 51-year-old Aubrey Trail and 23-year-old Baily Boswell who are in jail on unrelated charges.
Loofe's body was discovered Monday afternoon in a rural area about 90 miles southwest of her home in Lincoln.
For the first time Tuesday, law enforcement officials said they found evidence of foul play in the case. Several law-enforcement agencies including the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been involved in the search. "Please continue to pray for Sydney and our entire family".
"It's with heavy hearts that we share this most recent update with you all.May God grant eternal rest unto thee". She posted a photo and brief message with a heart-eyed emoji, "Ready for my date".
Susie Loofe taught in the district, and her husband, George, is the principal of Neligh-Oakdale High School.
"She's the kind of person the world needs more of", her friend Terra Gehrig said. He acknowledge that Boswell had confirmed on social media that she did indeed meet with Loofe prior to her being reported missing, USA Today reports.More news: Scott Frost hired as Nebraska's new head football coach
Susie Loofe said she knew something when her little girl's feline, Nimzy, was found at her home when she didn't answer to deal with November 16. This media house does not correct any spelling or grammatical error within press releases and commentaries.
Boswell and Trail have posted two Facebook videos declaring their innocence as the FBI, Nebraska State Patrol, and Lincoln police have questioned the pair about their involvement in Loofe's disappearance. Sydney's cell phone last pinged there.
Police say Loofe last contacted her family November 15 when she sent a Snapchat about being excited for a date. They claimed to be cooperating with authorities but also described themselves as "on the run". "We'll still work toward that end, but again, the analysis of the (digital records) was what led us to the discovery of who we believe to be Sydney". "She was planning on coming home that night".
The Loofe family took to social media the following days to raise awareness about her disappearance in hopes of aiding the search. It had gone so well, she said, that they had talked about another outing to a nearby casino.
A lawyer whom Trail mentioned in the video, Douglas Werz, said in a statement that he had not been hired by the man.
Loofe had a tattoo on the inside of her bicep that read, "Everything will be wonderful someday".