to connectVideoOwner of the house and studied in the Mackenzie Lueck is the case, the person of interest, police say
Investigators have collected several items of evidence from a home in Salt Lake City, Utah, police will reveal at a press conference in the absence of the student.
The friends of the missing, of the University of Utah’s student Mackenzie Lueck, told Fox News that they have spotted the activity on her Instagram account on Wednesday, and then turned the information over to the proper authorities.
Lueck’s personal Instagram account and found a page with the name of “mercy,” and in the afternoon, and her friends, and took a quick screengrabs to be the source of the activity. She said investigators also have a screenshot of it after it is all over to the police. The @being the handle had more than 47,000 followers, from the very beginning, but on Friday it was not until after the 15th of accounts, not including that of Lueck.
A NEIGHBOR OF A ‘PERSON OF INTEREST’ IN STUDENT’S DISAPPEARANCE SAYS: “A LOT OF WOMEN, FREQUENTLY ARE IN THE HOUSE
Lueck, 23, was last seen at a meeting with an unknown individual at the time of 3 o’clock in the morning on the 17th of June, at a park in Salt Lake City after being dropped off by a Lyft driver. They like to start the trip, after flying to Los Angeles, where she had been at her grandmother’s funeral and have not heard of it since.
The police were looking for in the Salt Lake City, utah, the home of the man they say is a “person of interest”, for a distance of approximately 19 hours in the past two days. The police said that they are looking for a new mattress and box-spring and removed from the house last week.
The Lyft driver is off the case and told the police, Lueck doesn’t seem sad about it on her way to the park. Two of the Lueck friends told Fox News that she doesn’t believe that she would have to plan to go to the park at 3 o’clock
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“The owner of the house, where we serve you with the warrant was a person of interest,” the Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown said at a news conference on Thursday. He added that no arrests have been made, this is what he said, it is still a missing person’s case. The homeowner is not in custody, and his name was not made available to the public.
Neighbours who spoke to the Salt Lake Tribune, said she recently saw the owner of something burning in his back yard, and the smoke of the fire, it was on a trip in their windows.
Fox News’ Talia Kaplan, Greg Norman, and Paulina Dedaj, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.