Missing Woman Found DEAD After Tinder Date Leaves Cryptic Video Denial
One would guess that women using dating apps to find other women would be safer from predators than others, but that isn’t necessarily the case. There are plenty of instances where unsuspecting girls and women are lured into a trap by a man who just uses other women as bait. Is that what happened with Loofe?
The 24-year-old was last heard from in a Snapchat sent to friends out saying “Ready for my date” accompanied by a heart-eyed emoji. Her family reported Loofe missing when she didn’t show up to work the following day.
Loofe met up with 23-year-old Bailey Boswell for a second date where no details were given except that the two smoked weed. Boswell, along with her roommate, 51-year-old Aubrey Trail, are considered persons of interest in the murder.
After her disappearance, the roommates posted a video on the “Finding Sydney Loofe” Facebook page. They claimed they tried to contact authorities since she went missing, but never heard back.
Boswell, who can be seen wearing sunglasses and a hoodie, claims she dropped Loofe off at a friend’s house after the date and hadn’t heard from her since.
The video was taken down from the Facebook page after two hours, but still remains online.
“Not saying I’m a nice guy. I’m a crook, I’m a thief — have been all my life. OK? But I’m not what you’re trying to make me out to be,” Trail — Bailey’s roommate — states. “We’re not trying to defend anything, we’re not trying to make you believe anything. We just feel we should get to say our side since everyone else gets to say theirs.”
Police revealed that Loofe’s last cell phone ping was in Wilber, about forty miles away from her own home — and near where Boswell and Trail live. While her body was found on Dec. 5, the police have yet to release any information about where it was discovered or any other details.
Boswell and her roommate have been jailed on unrelated drugs charges since Nov. 30.
Many in the community have come out to comfort and support the Loofe family. Sydney was “the kind of kid that you wanted in class,” her former teacher, Sue Meyer, said. She continued saying Sydney was “very quiet, very respectful, always had her work done on time, never back-talked.”
“She’s the kind of person the world needs more of,” Loofe’s friend Terra Gehrig told The Journal Star. “She has a very good heart.”
Don’t forget to SHARE this article and be safe on Tinder dates!