New search for missing Iowa student

New search for missing Iowa student

New search for missing Iowa student

It was reported early Wednesday that Mollie Tibbetts, who has been missing since July 18, had potentially been seen eight days later at a Kearney truck stop near Interstate 35 and Highway 92. Police did not find any surveillance video to confirm the report, according to ABC News. "Everybody has a Mollie in their life", he said. "If they're listening I would just like them to know imagine if this was you", Jack said at the press conference.

"Put yourself in our shoes". Let her go and turn yourself in.

She hasn't been seen since going for an evening jog on July 18 in Brooklyn, a community of about 1,400 people where she was living.

Her family and friends are posting flyers and talking to the public and the media about a new reward fund for information on the whereabouts of the 20-year-old.

Jack said he last saw Tibbetts on July 16. Mollie Tibbetts' mother pleaded for anyone who may have abducted her daughter to let her go and said anyone with information on the case can come forward anonymously.

"We were just having conversations on and off through text and Snapchat, and that was about all. It seemed like a totally normal night", he told the network.

Mollie Tibbetts 20 vanished after going out for an evening run in Brooklyn Iowa
Mollie Tibbetts 20 vanished after going out for an evening run in Brooklyn Iowa

Ms Tibbetts had been dog-sitting for her boyfriend and her boyfriend's brother, who were out of town when she went missing. We're looking for you.

Authorities, with the help of hundreds of volunteers, have scoured swaths of land in Brooklyn and the surrounding Poweshiek County in the search for Tibbetts.

Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation special agent Mike Krapfl confirmed Thursday that the reported sighting of Mollie Tibbetts wasn't substantiated and has been ruled out by investigators. "We feel this is the best approach because it gives us the best opportunity to resolve this case".

Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa on Thursday said that the Bring Mollie Tibbetts Home Safe Reward Fund for information leading to her safe return reached $172,000 as of August 2, according to the Register.

"If someone has abducted her, we are pleading with you to please release her", Ms Calderwood said. "Everyday I feel Mollie's presence with me".

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