Police Release Update on Case of Mollie Tibbetts

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August 13, 2018Aug 13, 2018

Mollie Tibbetts has become known across the country after her mysterious disappearance over 4 weeks ago. Officials have been investigating the case from every angle in hopes to find some answers about what happened to the missing student from the University of Iowa.

Mollie was originally reported to be missing after she failed to show up for work. She works in a small town of about 1,500 people and was living there over the summer with her boyfriend.

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Recently, a man has come forward with information that he may have been the last person to even see Mollie on the night that she disappeared. However, despite the news, the trail has not turned up any clues as to where Mollie could be.

"In an exclusive interview with 'Good Morning America' on Thursday, Devin Riley said he contacted the Powoshiek County Sheriff's Office in Central Iowa after Tibbetts was reported missing, telling officers that he may have been 'the last person to see her,'" reported ABC News.

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"I remember her," said Riley. "She was wearing like a neon pink sports bra with black capri yoga pants and an armband with her music device, or phone ... hair in a ponytail, just jogging like normal, any other day."

Mollie's family has yet to give up hope or faith about their daughter's disappearance. Now, officials have just held their latest press conference. Take a listen at the clip below and please share this so we can bring Mollie home!

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