The police spent an overnight search warrant in a Salt Lake City home, possibly linked to the disappearance of student Mackenzie Lueck from the University of Utah.
The 23-year-old Lueck has been missing for 10 days. After Lueck had left the scene after returning from her grandmother's funeral at Salt Lake International Airport on June 17, he drove a Lyft around 2 am to a park where the Salt Lake City police believe she was met someone.
According to the authorities, police have issued a search warrant overnight in a house in the Close to the park issued Lueck, who grew up in California, was last seen.
In front of the house, the police set up a mobile command center and apparently searched the house for hours.
While the police did not name any suspects, Salt Lake City Assistant Police Chief Tim Doubt said in a news conference that residents of the house are being investigated.
"Of course they are part of this investigation," said Doubt. He would not comment on whether the police made any arrests.
The police report that the Lyft driver and carpool have been cooperative in the investigation, and ask someone with information to contact them as they continue investigations into Lueck's disappearance.