Mackenzie Lueck, 23, was last seen in the early hours of Monday morning
The authorities say that a missing student from the University of Utah, who was heard about a week ago, last met an unknown person in a park in the middle of the night.
Assistant in Salt Lake City Police chief Tim Doubt said Monday at a press conference that the Lyft driver who dropped off 23-year-old MacKenzie Lueck said she didn't seem in need when she met the person on June 17 at around 3:00 am met.
The Lyft driver took Lueck from the airport in Salt Lake City and dropped her off at Hatch Park in North Salt Lake, according to The Salt Lake Tribune.
Authorities say that after she was dropped off by the Lyft driver, she got into another vehicle.
Doubt fell to describe the person's gender and says they don't know who it is.
Doubt says there is no evidence that Lueck is in danger, but they worry because she has missed lessons and flights.
The police have deleted the Lyft driver as a potential suspect.
Lueck has not been seen or heard since she was dropped off in a Lyft at a mysterious address eight miles from her home in the middle of the night, straight from a flight from California a week ago.
She had previously ordered the car from the airport after flying in from California, where she had attended her grandmother's funeral.
The police refused to disclose the address to whom they were deposed and will not even confirm whether it is a home, let alone who it might be that Mackenzie might have wanted to see.
Assistant in Salt Lake City Police chief Tim Doubt said Monday during a press conference that the Lyft driver who closed Lueck (see above) says she did not seem in need when she met the person on June 17 at about 3 o'clock in the morning
As their search for her continued on Monday, friends of the young woman spoke out to say they had missed a wedding, an interim exam, and work since they went missing.
They say it's not like they're & # 39; off-grid & # 39; and that she will never willingly abandon her cat, who lives with her, eight miles from where she was last seen.
& # 39; It's not like she's going to start, if she does, she would tell me, & # 39; told Juliana Cauley, her best friend, CBS This morning.
& # 39; I've never met anyone who doesn't like Mackenzie. She is the sweetest and most real, & she said.
The Salt Lake City police are not talking well about their investigation.
A spokesman refused to disclose the address where she was dropped when Monday was contacted by DailyMail.com and would not even say if it belongs to someone she knows.
"We are not making it known, we are trying to maintain the integrity of what can become a criminal investigation," he said.
MacKenzie returned to Salt Lake City on Monday and immediately ordered a Lyft to take her from the airport to the address in North Salt Lake. She lives eight miles away and the police won't reveal where she was dropped off
Mackenzie & # 39; s best friend went to CBS on Monday to say she wasn't missing
Ashley Fine, one of her friends, is shown handing out missing posters. Other friends say they never & # 39; off-grid & # 39; would do without telling them
He added: & # 39; It may or may not be a home, it may not be a place of residence. & # 39;
Friends say that she would have come home to feed her beloved cat (with her) if she could and that unlike her it is to miss as many obligations
Despite the fact that no information was released, the spokesperson added that the police & # 39; very concerned & # 39; about her.
& # 39; No one has ever heard of her, it was a week today, but we have not come across any evidence.
& # 39; We hope we can have someone who can call us who might have seen her somewhere.
& # 39; That is what made this case hard. We have not received credible tips, & he said.
The Lyft rider who dropped her off has been acquitted of every mistake and is cooperating in the investigation, he added.
They were the last to see her alive.
It remains unclear exactly when her flight landed and what time she arrived at the address, but the police say she went there immediately instead of going home first.
Lyft cooperates with the research.
Friends described Mackenzie as popular. They said she would never skip a wedding or a mid-term like she did in the past week
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