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Mollie Tibbetts case: Investigators conduct more than 200 interviews



Tibbetts, 20, disappeared near Brooklyn, a small community an hour east of Des Moines, near the Poweshiek County Sheriff's Office nearly two weeks ago.

The hundreds of interviews refer to tips that investigators have received, said Richard Rahn, Special Representative of the Iowa Criminal Police. The sheriff's office is due to update the investigation on Tuesday.

"People are worried and want to help," said Rahn. "We welcome the phone calls and do everything."

Investigators will continue to analyze data, go through the Leads list and have agents on-site to locate Tibbetts. The data includes social media and information from a Fitbit that Tibbetts is aware of

"We live in a digital world," Rahn told the CNN sister network HLN. "We're going to look at cell phones, computers, social media sites, and everyone knows there's a Fitbit involved too, so we'll look at it and try to make a schedule as good as we can we have done so far. "

Investigators ran search orders for Tibbetts Fitbit, which carried them, and their Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook accounts last week, said Mitch Mortvedt, spokesman for the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation.

On July 1

8, the day she disappeared, Tibbet's brother had her dropped off with her friend to sit, HLN reported. She was jogging last night with jogging pants, a black sports bra, and running shoes, the sheriff's office said.

   A poster for Mollie Tibbitts seeking information about her whereabouts.

"Mollie is a very, very responsible person and she is super nice and compassionate and just someone to look up to," said Hope Beck, her best friend, to HLN. "She strives to be like her, and it's just not likely that she would run away, she had career plans, she planned a vacation, it's just not that she does not spend a while with her friends or her family

Tibettts friend, Dalton Jack, told CNN daughter KCRG last week that he was one of the first to realize that she was missing. Jack said he was at work in Dubuque and his brothers in Ames while Tibbetts was at his house, the station reported.

He became worried and knew that something was wrong when she was not doing her job.

"She did not call," he told the station. "I looked at my phone and noticed that I wrote them a good morning that morning and they did not look at it, so I hugged their friends and family."

The crew started searching for that day, concentrating on the fields between Tibbett's house and where she lived when she disappeared, KCRG reported.
Tibbett's family formed a Facebook group dedicated to finding her, according to an article by Sandi Tibbetts Murphy, a family member. The group has now grown to around 43,000 members.

"We've done everything we've been able to investigate, hoping to locate Mollie, and we'll continue to do that until we find her," Rahn told HLN.

CNN's Artemis Moshtaghian, Chris Boyette and Elizabeth Choi contributed to the report.


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