Police searching for missing University of Utah student

Police searching for missing University of Utah student

Police searching for missing University of Utah student

Lueck, from Southern California, had gone home for her grandmother's funeral, and when she landed in Salt Lake City early that morning, she texted her mother to say she had arrived safely, ABC Los Angeles station KABC reported.

In a statement given to Fox News, Lyft said it is cooperating with police in their investigations surrounding Lueck's disappearance.

Mackenzie Lueck, 23, was last seen more than a week ago after being dropped off at a park to meet an unknown person at 3 a.m., police said.

Fine added that Lueck's phone has been off since last Monday, and she has not shared anything on her social media accounts, which is unlike her. "And honestly, I would trade places with her in a heartbeat just to know she's safe", Cauley said.

Wilking said police have cleared the driver as a potential suspect.

Records show that Lueck reportedly ordered a Lyft to her destination upon returning to Utah.

Salt Lake City Police say Lueck took a Lyft to an undisclosed address in North Salt Lake, almost 20 minutes from her home, according to a statement. "It's just very, very suspicious and risky", friend and sorority sister Ashley Fine told reporters over the weekend while passing out leaflets with Lueck's face on it. "And honestly, I would trade places with her in a heartbeat just to know she's safe".

In the week that the 23-year-old has been gone, she missed her college midterms, hasn't returned to feed her cat and missed a flight back to California for a wedding.

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The Salt Lake City Police Department says Lyft and its driver have cooperated with their investigation.

That Lyft auto took Lueck to a spot in North Salt Lake, which is about 8 miles north of the University of Utah, police said.

'Mackenzie, we are asking you to please reach out to either the Salt Lake City police department or a law enforcement agency where you are at.

Lueck's friends are now questioning why Lueck would have requested to go to an address 20 minutes from her home. There was no word on whether the driver saw her get into the auto. Her family filed a missing-persons report Thursday afternoon.

"Keep an eye out, keep spreading them message", said sorority sister Rachel Palmer.

"MacKenzie, if you can hear us, your family and friends are looking for you and are concerned for your safety". They have set up a Facebook page to collect information that may aid police.

Anyone with information on Lueck's whereabouts is encouraged to call SLCPD at 1-801-799-3000.

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