Miss Sydney Loofe from Lincoln, Nebraska, left on a Tinder date with another woman last month, never to be seen again afterward. Her body has now been found in rural Clay County.
24-year-old Sydney was excited to go on her date and poster a quick snapshot before she left, simply stating ‘ready for my date’ accompanied by an excited emoji. According to records, the police studied on social media, she was bound to meet Miss Bailey Boswell, 23-years-old, who is now in custody together with her flatmate, 51-year-old Mr. Aubrey Trail, on unrelated charges.
Miss Boswell confirms the two went on a date but states that afterward she simply dropped off Miss Loofe at a friend’s house.
Police declared: "By their own statements on social media, we believe that Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell were two of the last people to be with Sydney Loofe."
Ms. Sue Meyer, a long-time Neligh teacher, and friend of Sydney said she was “the kind of kid that you wanted in class,” as the city mourned the young woman’s death.
Loofe was “very quiet, very respectful, always had her work done on time, never back-talked.”
According to Ms. Meyer, the Loofes (George, Susie, Sydney, Sydney’s older brother Levi and younger sister Mackenzie) were a very close, Christian family. She recalled that when the Loofe children were in high school, they would have a family movie night every Sunday and were regular attendees at the Lutheran church.
Pastor David Kuhfal of Grace Lutheran Church where the family went on Sundays said he’s heartbroken. “She was a very sweet girl, very loving,” he said. “I loved having her in class.”
“She was a good friend to her friends, and people were nice to her because she was nice to them.”