Randy Thysse, special agent in charge of the Omaha division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said it was a "collaborative effort" that included a "digital footprint" that led to the discovery of Loofe's body in a rural part of Clay County, which is southwest of Lincoln toward central Nebraska.
The post then linked to a story on the website of the family's local newspaper, the Antelope County News.
Wilber was also the last place where Loofe's cellphone pinged. Our office has been given confirmation, from family, that Sydney's body has been found.
In the video, Boswell said she and Loofe had gone on two dates, including one on the night Loofe was last seen.
In a post on the Loofe family's official Facebook page dedicated to finding Sidney, the family confirmed her body has been recovered.
After Loofe went missing, her parents had raised concerns about her safety and also said she might be abducted.
"We do believe that there is evidence of foul play", Bliemeister said.
On the night of November 15, she said that she picked up Loofe from her residence, and they went back to Boswell's home.
Bliemeister says investigators are still talking to 51-year-old Aubrey Trail and 23-year-old Bailey Boswell, who had reported online that they had contact with Loofe.
No details have been release about how and where Loofe's body was found.
Loofe's final correspondence with friends was over Snapchat.
The Tuesday morning press conference lasted about 10 minutes and law enforcement limited the number of questions that were asked. Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell are being held at the Saline County Jail, after they turned themselves in in Taney County, Missouri. After that, she didn't hear from her again. They both had outstanding warrants on charges unrelated to Loofe's case. Loofe's family was not available Monday night to provide further details.
Boswell said she felt sorry for Loofe's family, adding that she "didn't have anything to do with" her disappearance.
George Loofe, Sydney's father, is the principal of Neligh-Oakdale High School, and his wife, Susie Loofe, is a teacher in the district.
'She's the kind of person the world needs more of, ' friend Terra Gehrig told the Journal Star. Chief Blimeiester says they continue to be persons of interest since they were the last to see her.