A search continues in Iowa for a 20-year-old college student who was last seen leaving for a run on Wednesday night.
Mollie Tibbetts had been dog-sitting with her boyfriend in the city of Brooklyn when she vanished, according to authorities.
“She might have a FitBit on and she might have her cellphone, but obviously we’ve tried just calling her but it’s either off or dead so it would go straight to voicemail,” boyfriend Dalton Jack told ABC News.
Hundreds of volunteers have helped in the search. Posters of the University of Iowa student can be seen around the small city of 1,500.
“Every farm building, barn and shed in the area has been searched,” she writes. “FLIR did not detect any heat signatures in the area. Helicopter and drone searches do not indicate that any fields in the area have been disturbed or damaged.”
Investigators are hoping for the best but say they can’t rule out anything.
“Everything’s on the table, unfortunately,” Kriegel told KCCI. “We’re hoping that she’s somewhere with a friend and she’ll show up Monday or Tuesday and everything will get back to normal.”
This is not like her at all,” Mollie’s aunt Kim Calderwood told WOI. “She’s a very responsible and conscientious young woman.”