to connectVideoArrest in the case of absence from the University of Utah’s student Mackenzie Lueck
The Salt Lake City police department, announce that they have taken a person into custody in connection with the disappearance of the 23-year-old student, and Matt and I did the last one.
SALT LAKE CITY-A handyman in Utah, told Fox News exclusively on Friday that the suspect arrested in the murder of a University of Utah student, had been called for the construction of a private, soundproof room in the basement of the house, with hooks on the walls.
The Salt Lake City police department announces the arrest of Ayoola Ajayi, the owner of the house where the police were seen digging holes in the backyard during a search for the 23-year-old Mackenzie Lueck. He will be facing several charges including murder and obstruction of justice.
ARREST MADE IN THE DISAPPEARANCE OF A UNIVERSITY OF UTAH STUDENT, MACKENZIE LUECK
In the meantime, Brian Wolf, a local building contractor, told Fox News on Friday, as the individual owner of the house, put it in April, and I asked him to build a “soundproof” room in there.
“He’s slowly added on different questions, such as the construction of a secret door, and the addition of hooks on the wall,” the Wolf said, explaining that the individual asked him to come to the house and give an estimate of the potential of the project.
Wolf, the person told me that he wanted to have the building done as soon as possible, before he and his girlfriend are in town.”
The contractor, who is the owner of a home repair company in Utah, said he was “weirded out” by the whole scenario, and declined the offer of a job is it to tell the individual that he had to say.
Lueck, was last seen after being dropped off by a Lyft driver is in a park, in the vicinity of Salt Lake City. They like to start the journey with a flight to Los Angeles, where she had attended her grandmother’s funeral.
The police said that the Lyft driver is off the case, and he told them, Lueck doesn’t seem sad about it on her way to the park. Two of the Lueck friends, told Fox News she doesn’t believe that she would have to plan to go to the park at 3 o’clock
In the meantime, a neighbor of the property who is a person of interest, told Fox News on Thursday, “a lot of women, went to visit his house.
“There have been so many women coming in and out at any hour of the night,” the neighbor, who did not want to be identified, told Fox News.
Authorities said that the police were looking for in Salt Lake City is home to about 19 hours for instructions Lueck place to stay. They said that they would also be on the lookout for a new mattress and box-spring and removed from the house last week.
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Another neighbor, Tom, Manzanilla, father of the “person of interest” and refers to him as a “professional man” and a “nice guy.”
“I’m surprised, because I would not take it from him, but we never really got to know the who, what, when, where, or why, but I think I would be really surprised if it turns out that he was actually involved in it,” Kamille told Fox News.
Fox News, Lucia Suarez, and Talia Kaplan contributed to this report.