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In Utah, police department said the 23-year-old Mackenzie Lueck, was last seen at place to meet someone in a park at 3 am
The police in Salt Lake City on Tuesday released what it called a “last known footage” of the Mackenzie Lueck, a University of Utah student, who has disappeared after ordering a Lyft, and be dropped off at a local park last week.
The images are from surveillance cameras in the Salt Lake City International Airport showed Lueck at the airport from 2:09 to 2:40 pm on 17 June, about twenty minutes before a Lyft driver dropped her off at Hatch Park in North Salt Lake, according to police.
“Over the course of about 31 minutes, and Mackenzie walked out of the jetway to catch Lyft, with a quick stop to pick up her luggage,” Salt Lake Assistant police chief Tim Doubt, told reporters on Tuesday. “They didn’t appear to talk to anyone in the room.”
“This is the last known footage we have of her,” he added.
The Salt Lake City Police release photos of Mackenzie Lueck in the Salt Lake City International Airport on the 17th of June, 2019 at the latest.
The Salt Lake City Police Department)
Lueck, 23, flew out to Salt Lake City from Los Angeles after attending a funeral. Doubt it, she said, was last seen at a meeting with an unknown person at the park.
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“At the moment we can’t confirm the make and model of the vehicle that is picked up Mackenzie and description of the person on the cover, in the Park, June 17. The description we have is incomplete. It could be a man or a woman,” Doubt said, adding: “We have exhausted all the possibilities of the control of the information, and ask that person to give us a call.”
The Salt Lake Police Department)
A doubt, ” said the Lyft driver who dropped off Lueck in the park, eight miles from her apartment, told investigators that she did not seem to be in need, and when you met the person at about 3 o’clock, and The Lyft driver has been cleared as a possible suspect, according to police.
“After consulting with her family and friends, there is no indication that she has gone off the grid,”Doubt said. “This type of behavior is uncharacteristic for her, and (according to them).”
“With regard to our online activities, we are aware of this issue and to take a look at all of the different facets of her life leads to her disappearance.”
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Lueck’s parents said they last heard from her around 1 a.m. on the 17th of June, when the Mackenzie texted them and told them her flight had landed.
A doubt also told reporters that, in the Salt Lake City Police Department, which has three interactions with Lueck.
“This new unit consisted of a moving violation in the year 2015, in an attack a year ago and was found about six months ago,” Doubt said, without elaborating on the incident.
Mackenzie Lueck, 23, is shown in this missing persons poster.
The Salt Lake City Police department via AP)
“There is no evidence that any of these interactions have been connected with her disappearance, and all of these issues will be resolved.”
He added, “She’s not in contact with the Salt Lake City Police Department, as she picked up her lost and found, in January of 2019 at the latest.”
The police have established a dedicated tip line specifically for the Lueck case on Monday and is a Doubt, said the police department has received more than 125 tips for you.
He urged others with information to call the tip line at (801) 799-4420.
“We encourage the public to help us find the answers to these compelling questions, such as who the person is, who they met up at Hatch Park. Does Mackenzie have to have an alternate phone that they have in the past used, or is used for? Does she have social media accounts that we don’t know about? Is anyone in touch with a Mackenzie online at the moment or in the past week?”
He added that they will continue to work “around the clock” on the case, it will be a very high priority for us.”
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Lueck has been a part-time job as a student in her final year of a master’s degree in kinesiology and pre-nursing. She is a graduate student at the university since the year 2014 and has been a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.