'Ready for my Date': Woman's final Snapchat before being found dead

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"It's with heavy hearts that we share this most recent update with you all", began the post.

Trail said in the video that he offered his support and prayers to the Loofe family. "We're not trying to make you believe anything".

Boswell, who can be seen wearing sunglasses and a hoodie, said she didn't hear from Loofe again after she dropped her off at a friend's house in the video, which was removed after two hours.

Authorities on Tuesday said that her body was discovered in Clay Center, a rural town 90 miles west-southwest of Lincoln.

The family of Sydney Loofe, a 24-year-old Nebraska woman that had been missing since 15 November, have said her body has been recovered. Her family confirmed on Monday, Dec. 4, that her dead body was discovered after an extensive search by police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Thysse said autopsy results were still pending.

Bliemeister said the area has been closed off now by law enforcement so officers can thoroughly investigate the site.

Local police said they are looking for two people, 23-year-old Bailey Boswell and her roommate Aubrey Trail, 51, in connection with Sydney's disappearance.

Bliemeister stressed that investigators believe there's no ongoing threat to the public, although no one had been charged in Loofe's disappearance. While they believe the body to be Sydney Loofe further forensic analysis is being conducted to confirm the identity with certainty. Bliemeister said investigators have not been able to confirm that account.

Police suspect foul play after the body of a woman last seen on a Tinder date three weeks ago was found Monday.

The Tuesday morning press conference lasted about 10 minutes and law enforcement limited the number of questions that were asked. Boswell and Trail are being held without bond.

Loofe, according to the Journal Star, grew up in Neligh, where her father is a high school principal and her mother works for the school district.

Loofe is the daughter of George and Susie Loofe of Neligh. Her address at the time was listed as Trenton, Missouri.

Her two siblings lived in Lincoln while they attended school but moved to other cities after they graduated.

However, Boswell denies that she had anything to do with Loofe's disappearance.

"She's the kind of person the world needs more of", her friend Terra Gehrig said.

"I hope that Sydney is found very soon, she is a sweet, fantastic girl", she said.

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