Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by liltexans, Jun 21, 2019.
My guess is up the hill. Wealthy area
SLCPD made the statement that no more press conferences would be held unless there was a break in the case.
BBM- that's what I think also.
Pictures of ML at airport/still no description of car or person at park/waiting on phone records
He said she picked up found property which would indicate something of hers had been found & turned in at the pd.
An example, my daughter left her wallet in a shopping cart in a store parking lot. Someone found it, cleared out the cash and then tossed it onto the side of a near by road. The next day someone walking along that road found it, picked it up and brought it into the local pd. They then contacted my daughter who had to go down to the pd to pick it up.
BBM Any camera's on the way that you know of?
Where is the link with the lyft driver indicating that the driver of the vehicle Kenzie met up with didn’t get out of the car? I remember the LE saying contact was made with the person Kenzie was meeting.
I agree with someones comment above...If this person had bad intentions they wouldn't want the Lyft driver to know their car.
They haven’t come right out and said if the Lyft driver was male or female. However, the spokesperson at the PC used the word “he” when referring to the Lyft driver.
You can always check out the media thread first UT - Mackenzie “Kenzie” Lueck, 23, Salt Lake City, 17 June, 2019 Media, Maps, Timeline, *NO DISCUSSION*
There was some speculation about this in earlier threads....nothing definitive. LE did not specify the gender of the lyft driver. LE at one point in pressor said he when referring to the lyft driver iirc.
Locals: just how close is the PD by the park? Is it within range that someone driving to the park would drive by the PD?
If so, all PD have cameras outside (federal requirement) so they should be able to track time before and after the drop off and look to see the vehicles entering the park or at least driving by the park at that hour.
Just a thought and MOO
Question for locals - how well known is this park, in general? What sort of people, in the normal course of their daily lives, might go to this particular park (for example, after-school sports, jogging, walking dogs, picnics on weekends, etc)? What sort of reputation does the park have? Is it known for any special activities, features, events?
Also, would this park be a well-known place to students like ML?
The park had to be the idea of either ML or the person she met, or both. So we need to know what either of them might have thought about this particular place. TIA
They could have used a rental or a stolen vehicle.
Nobody is saying that the person didn't get out of the car, but in this article it says ML put the bags in the car.
Missing University of Utah student last seen in a park with unknown person at 3 a.m.
Not sure we know one way or the other about the driver. The Lyft driver being female may explain why this driver didn’t help ML with her luggage when she was dropped at the park. When I use Uber, the driver helps me both in and out of the vehicle, if I have bags.
Not well known. Very small locals park. No one from Salt Lake would know about it.
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