A sister of the Salt Lake City police said it was a student in the University of Utah, and it said that there were so many Women coming in and out at night, "The Neighbors, who did not want to be identified, told Fox News.
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Police searched the Salt Lake City for about 19 hours for clues on the whereabouts of missing college student Mackenzie Lueck on Wednesday and Thursday.
Police said they are now looking for a place to be in the home last week.
"Sometimes they'd [the women would] knock on my door because they were looking for airbnb, "The neighbor said Thursday, adding that the" person of interest "did not interact with the neighbors and
Lueck, 23, what last seen meeting an unknown individual about 3 a.m. on June 17 at Salt Lake City after being dropped by a Lyft driver.
Police said the Lyft driver had been cleared in the case and told them Lueck did not seagull distressed on her way to the park.
"Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown said he was at the end of the day." still a missing-person case.
Another neighbor, Tom Camomile, defends the "person of interest" calling him a "professional man" and a "nice guy. "
" I'm surprised because I would not take him for that, but we never really know who, when, where, or why, but I would really, really surprised involved in it, "Camomile told Fox News.
When asked if Brown is concerned about Luck's life, he answered," I absolutely am. "
Appearing on "The Story with Martha MacCallum" on Thursday night, Brown said every hour investigators are getting closer to figuring out what happened in the case.
"There's a lot to go through," Brown added.
"We found out through a tip that this person or someone left for a living," Brown told MacCallum.
He asked the Salt Lake City Police Department.
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Neighbors who spoke to the Salt Lake Tribune said they recently saw the homeowner burning something in his backyard, and smoke from the fire.
Camomile told reporters he did not smell the fire that other neighbors reportedly smelled.
"I know there's a lot of talk about this fire. I did not hear it, hear it, smell it, although neighbors said that they saw smoke and smelled a bad odor or a real thick smoky odor. "
The home police have been around five miles from the park.
Fox News' Greg Norman, Paulina Dedaj and The Associated Press contributed to this report.