Tinder Date Leads To Nebraska Woman’s Dismemberment

Lester Mason
June 13, 2018

A 24-year-old Nebraska woman who was reported missing after her Tinder date was found dismembered and in several trash bags about three weeks after her disappearance, investigators said in court documents.

Trail has previous convictions for theft and writing worthless checks in Kansas.

51-year-old Aubrey Trail and 23-year-old Bailey Boswell are both charged with first-degree murder and improper disposal of human skeletal remains in the killing of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe of Lincoln, Nebraska.

Boswell initially claimed she dropped Loofe "at a friend's house" after they went out.

It is believed these were used in the dismemberment and dumping of Sydney's body in rural Clay County.

Bailey Boswell and her male roommate Aubrey Trial were filmed on CCTV at a Lincoln Home Depot in the hours before the young women's Tinder date, on November 15 past year.

In May, Boswell pleaded guilty in an unrelated gold coin scheme in Kansas.

Bailey Boswell, left, and Aubrey Trail, right, were charged Monday in the murder of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe.

Two suspects in the death of Sydney Loofe, of Lincoln, today were ordered held without bond by Saline County Judge Linda Bauer.

She was then reported missing the next day sparking a major police search.

"It wasn't supposed to go to the extreme it went, of course not", Trail told the World-Herald.

'It wasn't meant that she was to die'.

Despite her murder being determined as not accidental, Trail insists it was and that Loofe was willingly participating in a sexual fantasy with him and at least two other women when she died and that she had something around her neck.

The released court documents say Trail told an Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent that he strangled Loofe with an extension cord, KETV reported.

The Nebraska Attorney General's office, which is prosecuting the case, said it is considering seeking the death penalty.

"A life for a life - that's the rules in my world".

Prosecutors said Trail and Boswell were caught on video at Home Depot in Lincoln on November 15 buying tools to dismember Loofe hours before her death. "I should be put to death".

Judge Bauer set the next hearings for both Trail and Boswell for June 19, when both will tell the court whether they want a preliminary hearing on the felony charges.

Following her graduation, she moved to Lincoln where she took a job as a cashier for the home improvement store Menards.

Trail said his girlfriend, Boswell, was high on drugs and in another room when Loofe died.

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