After weeks of searching, investigators believe they've found the body of missing Nebraska woman Sydney Loofe, 24.
Loofe's body was discovered Monday afternoon in a rural area about 90 miles southwest of her home in Lincoln.
Loofe's date, 23-year-old Bailey Boswell, and her roommate, Aubrey Trail, 51, are persons of interest in the case.
"Bailey Boswell and Aubrey Trail are two people that we need to speak with, and (we) believe they have additional information concerning Sydney's whereabouts", Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister told reporters at a November 28 press briefing.
Boswell confirmed in a video posted to social media she was with Loofe on the night the woman was last seen.
In an earlier video, Boswell claimed she and Loofe drove around Lincoln then smoked marijuana at her apartment in Wilber before she dropped Loofe off at a friend's house.
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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.
For the first time Tuesday, law enforcement officials said they found evidence of foul play in the case.
Trail and Boswell remained in the Saline County jail on a hold for the U.S. Marshal's Service. "We love you Sydney", they wrote. She was recognized as a well mannered and sympathetic individual who contributed at whatever point required.
Bliemeister said the area has been closed off now by law enforcement so officers can thoroughly investigate the site. Both are in custody on unrelated warrants.
In the same video, Boswell explained that she went out with Loofe twice after meeting her on Tinder.
Her disappearance ignited a search that captivated the Lincoln area and drew in resources from neighbouring law enforcement agencies and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The pair lived in Wilber but left the state after Loofe went missing.
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Boswell says she and Loofe had back-to-back dates the nights of November 14 and 15.
In an interview with that paper 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". "We have apparently put her into human trafficking and sold her", Trail said sarcastically.
Police said they were still working to confirm those details, according to the Daily Beast.
But prior to their arrests, Trail was posting several freakish videos online.
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