mulberry boots Lincoln woman goes missing before date
“She texted me and told me about the date she had went on how, great it went and she was excited to go on another date with her again Wednesday night,” said Terra Gehring, Loofe’s Menards coworker and friend.Loofe’s mother said her other daughter got messages from friends that she didn’t show up at work and that she wasn’t responding to messages.Friends went to Loofe’s home and no one answered the door and her car was still in the front.Police also checked Loofe’s home Thursday and said no one was home.Loofe’s parents went to her place on Friday and said they didn’t see anything suspicious.Lincoln police confirmed investigators have spoken to the woman Loofe was planning to meet but no other details.”She wouldn’t do this to her family,” said Gehring. “She respects her parents a lot, loves her parents a lot.”Investigators said they got leads that Loofe may have been in Wilber, Neb. since her disappearance.Loved ones said they have no idea why she would be there or what could have happened to her.”It’s also very strange that her phone’s off, disabled,” said Gehring. “She was always on SnapChat, posting stories.”Loofe is from Neligh, Neb. and her friends all over are helping spread the word via fliers and social media.”I hurt for her family, our whole community, they’ve come together so well through all this,” said Annie Taylor, an Omaha resident who grew up with and graduated from Neligh Oakdale High School with Loofe.”Sydney is a beautiful, young, responsible girl and she has a lot of family that loves and cares about her and we just need her home because we miss her,” said Brittney Flinn, of Clark, Neb., a family friend.