Shocked friends of the missing student Mackenzie Lueck from the University of Utah claimed that they had seen activity on her Instagram on Wednesday.
Lueck, a 23-year-old women's club member, disappeared from the airport on June 17 after taking a Lyft car to a park that was miles away from her Salt Lake apartment.
She had just flown in from Los Angeles after attending her grandmother's funeral and has not been heard since.
Now her friends have revealed that her personal Instagram account was holding a page named & # 39; fatherless & # 39 ;, around noon on Wednesday.
They took screen handles of the activity and shared it with the police.
The account seems to collect highly sexual photos and memes and invite its 47,000 followers to share stories and tag friends.
A former IT specialist from the army who has a house five kilometers away from a park where she is missing is a person of interest.
Police dig in the backyard of a house in the Fairpark neighborhood in Salt Lake City in search of the missing student Mackenzie Lueck
Authorities spent 19 hours searching for the man's house in a middle class neighborhood on the west side of Salt Lake City in the early hours of Thursday, with neighbors describing officers who come in with spades and police dogs.
The Salt Lake City police have been looking for the home of a man whom they identified as a person in the Lueck case, showing that they had gathered evidence from home during a press conference on Thursday.
While the police refused to name the homeowner, DailyMail.com discovered that it is owned by Ayoola & # 39; AJ & # 39; Ajayi, 31, who houses a private room on Airbnb for Airbnb for up to $ 40 a night.
Officials announced that they are now looking for a mattress and box spring that Ajayi had donated free of charge to the reselling website LetGo five days ago.
The Salt Lake City police have asked the person who collected the items to contact them while they continue to search for Lueck.
Ajayi had been with the military for almost two years as an Information Technology Specialist, before leaving in June 2016, his LinkedIn said.
Salt Lake City Police has the home of Ayoola & # 39; AJ & # 39; Ajayi, 31 (right) searched, a person interested in the search for the missing student of the University of Utah, Mackenzie Lueck (left)
Police said they had collected evidence at home. Ajayi lists a private room in the house on AirBnb for a maximum of $ 40 per night
Police investigators remove multiple pieces of evidence during their search for the house of Ajayi
Police investigators conduct multiple rakes and spades in the backyard of a home of a person interested in the disappearance of Lueck
Salt Lake City police chief Mike Brown said on Thursday that the male of interest is not in custody
He currently works at Dell as a Senior Technical Support Analyst for the past 10 months.
Salt Lake City police chief Mike Brown said on Thursday that the male of interest is not in custody.
Authorities have said they believe the house is related to the disappearance of Lueck, but refused to provide more details.
The police did not indicate whether they suspected cheating, but said they were worried because they had missed lessons and flights.
Ajayi had been with the Army for nearly two years as an Information Technology Specialist, before leaving in June 2016, his LinkedIn said
Officials are now looking for a mattress and box spring that Ajayi had donated free of charge to the reselling website LetGo five days ago. On the photo: the mattress that Ajayi has posted to give away
He currently works at Dell as a Senior Technical Support Analyst for the past 10 months
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that investigators said on Wednesday that Lueck texted someone when she left the airport shortly before she was last seen, and that person works with police, but is not considered a suspect.
DailyMail.com only revealed Wednesday that Lueck is a & # 39; sugar-baby & # 39; is who has looked up men over 35 online,
The social media accounts of the college senior reveal that she considered herself a sugar baby and boasted that she had at least two unidentified sugar overwords that she found through online sites that search for Arrangement and Tinder.
DailyMail.com received screenshots of Lueck messages made almost three months ago in a private Facebook group, where Lueck gave advice on how to find sugar monkeys – rich older men who give younger women generous gifts and money in exchange for company or sexual favors.
The student association member disappeared after taking a Lyft car on June 17 from the airport to a park miles away from her apartment
On Tuesday, Salt Lake City Police shared these images of Lueck after she got out of her plane at 2.09 a.m. at Salt Lake City International Airport. She returned to Utah after spending a weekend in LA to attend her grandmother's funeral
She was last seen with her hair in a bun, dressed in a white hooded sweater, black pants and sandals. She was carrying a large blue handbag, a small black backpack on her back and a brown suitcase on wheels
DailyMail.com can reveal that Lueck is a self-chosen sugar baby, with sites looking for an arrangement and Tinder to find men over 35
About three months ago, Lueck wrote these comments in a private Facebook group with advice on how to be a sugar baby: & # 39; Try tinder and be blunt. The mine says: & # 39; I want an SD / SB relationship with a real connection & # 39; & # 39; & # 39;
& # 39; Try tinder and be blunt. Mine says & # 39; & # 39; I want an SD / SB relationship with a real connection. & # 39; & # 39; If (they) do not know what an SD / SB is, then simply tell them sugar daddy and sugar baby. But if they don't know, they're not really worth your time & # 39 ;, says Lueck's comment.
& # 39; Set your age preferences from 35+. You will have the best luck there. Private message me, if you have more questions! I have experience. & # 39;
In another message, Lueck revealed that she has two sugar omens and which sites she uses to get them.
& # 39; I have some experience looking for arrangements, only online, tinder, and currently have two fun. & # 39;
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