Kennedy Stoner, a friend of the University of Utah missing student, Mackenzie Lueck, gave an exclusive interview on "Outnumbered Overtime" on Tuesday to talk about her sister's mysterious disappearance.
23-year-old Lueck disappeared last week, after ordering a Lyft in Utah. According to the police, she flew home from a funeral in Los Angeles on June 17. She then ordered the Lyft and was last seen early Monday morning near Hatch Park in Utah.
The Lyft driver has since been released by authorities who believe that Lueck was not physically harmed.
"To be honest, I'm as confused as anyone else," Stoner told Fox News. "I do not know why she would meet someone so late, especially in a park just to ̵
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Stoner said that Lueck usually only traveled to visit her family and believed that she had died. Grandmother may have influenced her mood.
"She does not travel often, but whenever she travels, it usually goes back to El Segundo, but lately, since it was grandma's funeral during such a tragic time with her over the past weekend, I'm just worried and worry about her welfare, "she said.
"But Mackenzie is usually just a very lively, funny, outgoing person, she just loves being social and she has so many friends, so we're all very worried about her."
"I know [the funeral] was a very traumatic one for her, "Stoner added. "She was close to her grandma, she's close to her whole family, so I sent a text message to her this weekend just to let her know that I was there for her and if there was something I did But after that I heard nothing more [anything]. "
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Stoner said that she was aware of no alternative means of ahold von Lueck and did not know anything about the peculiarities of her life.
"As far as I know, I've never heard of it, I do not know about another phone," she said. "I can not confirm that she's dating apps, as far as I know, the detectives are doing everything they can, but I have not commented yet." CLICK HERE TO GET THAT FOX NEWS APP
"I miss her to death. I worry about her every night. I still do not sleep. "Stoner closed.
Talia Kaplan and Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.