Published: Thu, December 07, 2017
Research | By Clarence Powell

Missing 24 Year Old Teen Dead Body Found After Tinder Date

Missing 24 Year Old Teen Dead Body Found After Tinder Date

A body authorities believe is that of missing Nebraska woman Sydney Loofe has been found after the 24-year-old disappeared three weeks ago.

"This is very large area we want to just make sure they are doing everything that they can to look through any possible evidence that might be in the area and that's what they're looking at now", said Federal Bureau of Investigation public information officer Houston Pullen. Few details were released. While they believe the body to be Sydney Loofe further forensic analysis is being conducted to confirm the identity with certainty.

That statement today from Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister in the apparent death of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe. The pair lived in Wilber but left the state after Loofe went missing.

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.

"I've never killed anyone in my life and I've never hurt a female in my life", Trail says in one.

Loofe's death comes after multiple agencies, including the F.B.I., assisted in the search. Trail also appears to cover his head, though the camera only ever shows his eyes from the angle that Boswell holds the recorder.

The FBI said evidence of a crime was found along with the body, but officials did not elaborate. Boswell said the two met on Tinder and went on two dates together.

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The spotlight quickly turned to Boswell and Trail. The warrant for his arrest listed the charges as being a habitual criminal and possession of a deadly weapon by a prohibited person - a felon.

Loofe's date, 23-year-old Bailey Boswell, and her roommate, Aubrey Trail, 51, are persons of interest in the case. Loofe was last heard from when she posted on social media before going on a date.

In Lincoln, Loofe worked as a cashier at the Menards at 27th Street and Cornhusker Highway, and was known by her friends and co-workers as polite, caring and willing to do anything that was needed.

Prior to their arrests in Missouri, Boswell and Trail posted several videos on social media in which they said they're innocent and are being unfairly targeted by authorities. "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".

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

"We're not trying to defend anything", he said. "And not only did we do that, we. went to the casino and used the money that we sold her for".

In the online dating space, finding a safe solution to scams has evaded law enforcement authorities and the sites themselves, according to David Evans, who has tracked the business of online dating since 2002. "She was anticipating getting back home that night. We have apparently put her into human trafficking and sold her", Trail said sarcastically.

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