Mollie Tibbetts, the missing 20-year-old college student, tells Fox News that he is putting his trust in the investigative work currently being done by several law enforcement agencies as the search nears the two-week mark.
Rob Tibbetts comments come as the authorities will hold a press conference on the investigation at 2.30 pm ET on Tuesday
"We will only have to rely on the authorities and their investigations," Tibbetts told Fox News on Monday night in "The Story". "They have a great team, and we too, we just have to trust in them."
The update on Tuesday will be at the Poweshiek County Sheriff's Office, but Rick Rahn, a specialist agent of the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation, Fox News said there will be no case data
"We keep these things pretty close to the waistcoat," he said.
The press conference comes when police in Pella say the man is being sought to take pictures of female joggers on Friday
Tibbetts, a student from the University of Iowa, was last seen on July 18 in the area of Brooklyn, Iowa, about an hour's drive from Pella.
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Ongoing searches for Tibbetts, which contained features such as a pig farm, have come short. The police have not reported any suspects in their disappearance. She had lived with her boyfriend at home to watch his dogs while he was away from work.
Pella Lt. Shane Cox told Fox News that during the interrogation, the man had commented why he took the photos, but said he could not
"I have the detectives reviewing everything he has given us," said Cox. "There are no criminal charges at this point," he added, not expecting them to exist.
The identity of the man was not published, but according to Channel 13, the police say he is a resident of Des Moines and is in his 30s.
The Tibbetts case seemed to take a turn for the weekend when the KCCI reported that their family members told the ward that they would be doing homework on their computer in the late afternoon of July 18th. That would mean she returned to the house after her jog and did not disappear in running
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Rob Tibbetts told Fox News, that he had visited the house Monday and the dogs were "Perfect Condition." He said that he last spoke to Mollie for three hours on Sunday before she disappeared.
"We have a tough family and we fight – we wake up and we go back," he told Fox News.
Tibbetts also said that he received Anyway, as the search progresses, there are general instructions from law enforcement agencies every day.
"Someone knows something and they have to call the authorities," he added.
Anyone with information is requested to call the police at 641-623 -5679.