Police in Salt Lake City released Tuesday pictures of security cameras at the airport, which are said to be the last known images of a student who disappeared more than a week ago.
a foul play, but only the lack of that is in her character, "said police assistant Tim Somt.
Mackenzie Luck, 23, a native of El Segundo, California, and a senior at the University of Utah, landed at Salt Lake City International Airport on June 17, then departed with a parking lot where he was supposed to have been met by someone in a car, the police said. before that, "said Doubt. After talking to Luck's family and friends, the police found that "such behavior is not typical of her."
But the police are also not sure whether they are in danger. "I would like to say once again: Mackenzie, if you just want to be left alone, please let us know that you are safe," Duek said.
Onion attended the funeral in California before leaving for Salt Lake City, Doubt said. She missed the mid-term exam and was not invited to a regular flight back to Los Angeles on Sunday, police said. I am, Doubt said. He said the video did not show it to anyone. She is seen walking from the plane and stop taking the luggage.
The police said the Lift driver and the private equity company were cooperatives, and the driver said that when Luk dropped out, it did not seem to be
But Doubt said that the description of the person for whom he thinks he's met, it's unclear and the police do not know whether he's a man or a woman and can not confirm the pattern and model of
Doubt said the police had three interactions with Luk: a violation in 201
This is a high priority for us, "he said.
Doubt said the police were looking through any social media or other digital bills they could have. Police say she received about 125 tips through the top, and Doubt encourages anyone who has information or was in contact with her to contact the police.
Lueck is part-time student at the University of Kinesiology, Pre-Nursing and Health Education. The university said it cooperated fully in the search.
"The University of Utah is deeply concerned about the well-being of Kenya Luke, and our thoughts are about his family," a university statement said on Monday.