Woman Who Disappeared Following Tinder Date Found Dead

Doris Richards
December 7, 2017

Law enforcement officials were out searching again Wednesday for clues in the death of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe.

Loofe, a native of Neligh, was reported missing on November 16 after she failed to report for work at a Menards store in north Lincoln, where she was living.

While Bliemeister said that he believes there is evidence of foul play, he provided no further details on the cause of death or circumstances surrounding the discovery.

He urged patience from the public for developments in a tragic case that included freaky videos posted on social media last week by Trail and Boswell professing their innocence. Their social media comments led investigators to believe they were the last people with Loofe before she disappeared, Bliemeister said. Loofe vanished last month after going on a Tinder date with Bailey Boswell, who is now in police custody on unrelated charges.


Trail, who has lived in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, left a South Dakota prison in 2005 after serving time for theft in Pennington County.

Organizers say they want to give people in Sydney's life a place to grieve and share memories, while also showing the Loofe family how many lives Sydney touched.

Boswell, who was sought on a failure to appear warrant in a drug case, lives in Trenton, Missouri, the Nebraska records say. Boswell and Trail are being held without bond. The FBI said they're combing through a large area of corn fields to get whatever evidence they can to piece together what happened to her.

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