Published: Wed, December 06, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Loofe's body found according to parents

Loofe's body found according to parents

The family of Sydney Loofe, the Neligh-Oakdale graduate who had been missing since November 16, announced on Facebook that her body has been found.

"It's with overwhelming hearts that we share this latest refresh with all of you", George and Susie Loofe composed. "Please continue to pray for Sydney and our entire family", the family wrote. "We adore you Sydney".

Her last Snapchat post said she was ready for a date.

A body believed to be that of a missing Nebraska woman who disappeared after a Tinder date last month has been found - and there's "evidence of foul play", police said as two persons of interest in the case remain behind bars.

Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister said law enforcement officers tracked digital evidence, which lead to an open area in rural Clay County. The pair allegedly fled the state shortly after Loofe's disappearance and were arrested Thursday on unrelated charges in Branson, Missouri.

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Yes, Bailey Boswell said, the two women had swiped right on the dating app and met up. "So take that for whatever the hell that's worth".

Almost three weeks after Sydney Loofe disappeared, law enforcement recovered a body they believe to be hers Monday afternoon in a rural part of Clay County, officials say. Further investigations, including an autopsy, need to be done, Bliemeister said. "We ask for your patience". This time, though, they went to Boswell's home, where they smoked more marijuana and she provided Loofe a 1/4-ounce of it, she claims.

Antelope County Sheriff's Office said that they had confirmed with the family that a body had been found.

Sydney is the daughter of George and Susie Loofe of Neligh and has been missing since November 15 and last seen in the Wilber area.

A multi-agency press conference that includes the Federal Bureau of Investigation is scheduled for this morning.

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Authorities searched for clues for almost a month, and tracked Loofe's digital footprint after they found a cell tower in Wilbur had received a ping from Loofe's cellphone. Police released several photos of Trail and Boswell to help locate them.

Authorities have announced a 9 a.m. press conference on Tuesday at the Lincoln Police Department.

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.

Aubrey Trail, 51, and Bailey Boswell, 23, are "persons of interest" in the disappearance of a Nebraska woman whose body was found December 5, 2017. He said formal confirmation would be made in the coming days.

The two shared a video on the Finding Sydney last week titled "Our side of the story", claiming they tried to reach out to the police, but never heard back. They are being held in a county jail, according to the Omaha World-Herald.

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