Salt Lake City police said Tuesday that investigators are taking another look at the social media and "dating accounts" of the missing student from the University of Utah, who disappeared last week after being in a local park had been discontinued.
Assistant Police Chief Tim Doubt asked someone with information about possible secret social accounts or "an alternative phone" that Mackenzie Lueck (23) might have to report to the police. Doubt said that the investigators had exhausted many clues and now take a fresh look at "Any kind of social media account, any kind of dating accounts, things like that," which may shed light on where they're going possibly located.
Lueck was last seen on June 1
Asked by a reporter during Tuesday's press conference if there is any indication that Lueck has had a "double life" because of her possible secret reports, the investigators said that was doubt "No signs of it."
"We just want to make sure we cover all our bases," he said.
When reports were pushed further that Lueck friends said they were known to be with several people and "interested in older men," Zweifel said the police are investigating.
We're following all these clues, "he said.
He would not say if the investigators had spoken to someone Lueck had dated.
There was also some doubt about a particular dating app that seemed to show a profile of the missing college student who appeared to be doing some activity the day before she disappeared.
"I will not go into that," he said.
According to a KUTV report, the app that was not named contained photos of Lueck that resembled those on their social media accounts, and contained information that matched police statements about their school attendance and major subject.
The alleged profile also said that she wanted to be pampered.
Doubts The police issued several search warrants, but did not want to confirm if any of these commands were for their phone data.
CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP Appeared to show Lueck shortly before her disappearance at the airport.
"This is the last known material we have of her," he said, "and shows what she wore that day."