The search for a missing Utah college student continues as police searched the home of someone who may be connected to her sudden disappearance.
Salt Lake City police said they served a search warrant on Wednesday night at a home possibly involved in Mackenzie Lueck’s case, but declined to give further details. Police did add that residents of the home are being investigated, however.
Lueck’s parents last heard from her when she texted them around 2 a.m. on June 17 and informed them she had made it safely back to Salt Lake City on a flight. The 23-year-old then grabbed a Lyft, which she took to meet a man near Hatch Park. She did not look distressed when she got into the man’s car at around 3 a.m., the driver told police.
No one has heard from her since.
Lueck was a self-proclaimed “sugar baby,” according to Facebook comments published by the paper.
“Try tinder and be blunt about it. Mine says 'I want a SD/SB relationship with a real connection.' If [they] don't know what a SD/SB is, tell them bluntly sugar daddy and sugar baby. But if they don't know, they aren't really worth your time," read one of Lueck's comments, which was reportedly posted in a private Facebook group.
She also claimed to have two sugar daddies in another post.
“I have some experience on seeking arrangements, online only, tinder, and currently have two lol,” she wrote three months ago in the group.
Police said they are looking into Lueck’s social media and dating profiles.
“In regards to her online activity, we are aware of this aspect and continue to look into all facets of her life for leads into her disappearance,” Assistant Police Chief Tim Doubt said.