Two people in Nebraska were charged in the grisly murder of a 24-year-old woman who disappeared after a Tinder date, officials said.
Aubrey Trail, 51, and Bailey Boswell, 24, appeared in Saline County court Tuesday on first-degree murder charges in the death of Sydney Loofe, news station KETV reported.
Loofe, who is from Lincoln, went missing following a Nov. 15 date with Boswell, whom she met through the dating app Tinder, according to police.
Authorities identified the pair as persons of interest in her disappearance and the two reportedly responded in Facebook videos denying their involvement.
Federal agents tracked down Trail and Boswell at a hotel on Nov. 30 near Branson, Missouri, and brought them back to Nebraska on fraud indictments in a separate case.
With the pair behind bars, authorities discovered Loofe’s remains Dec. 4 in several garbage bags east of Clay Center, KETV reported. Officials said the missing woman’s body showed signs of foul play.
Authorities said security footage obtained from a local Home Depot showed the suspects buying tools hours before Loofe went on a date with Boswell. The purchases were believed to be used to dismember the 24-year-old woman.
Trail and Boswell were both ordered Tuesday to be held without bail at Saline County jail.
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