Missing Iowa student, Mollie Tibets, was found dead Monday.
Iowa’s Division of Criminal Investigation confirmed Tuesday that a body was recovered in Poweshiek County, Iowa. The University of Iowa student was last seen over a month ago jogging there on July 18. She was reported mission on the 19th of July when she missed work at a day-care center. On the night of her disappearance, Mollie was dog sitting for her boyfriend at his home while he was traveling.
Investigators are working to officially identify the body. They will proceed to disclose more information to the public around 4 p.m. GMT.
The FBI and local law enforcement was involved in the search for the missing woman. Her mother and father had a suspicion that she may have very well been abducted.
No one has been arrested in connection with her death. The $400,000 reward for finding her will be utilized in the investigation of her death.Instagram contests by Rewards Fuel