Officials Want Info On Anyone Who Got Rid Of Car, Missed Work Or Showed Other Signs After Mollie Tibbetts Disappearance

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Investigators want information on any individuals who unexpectedly sold or intensively cleaned their cars, missed work or showed other suspicious signs on or after July 18, the day that Mollie Tibbetts disappeared near Brooklyn, Iowa.

Officials directed anyone with information connected to Tibbetts’ disappearance to a new website that lets users leave anonymous tips during a press conference in Montezuma, Iowa, Monday. The website also contains photos and maps to help users understand her last-known whereabouts.

The 20-year-old University of Iowa student has now been missing for 27 days. She is still classified as a missing person.

“We are hoping to be able to find her soon and bring her back home soon,” an official said during the press conference.

Tibbetts was reportedly sighted at a truck stop on July 26, more than 230 miles away from where she was last seen, reported ABC News.

Police “conducted a search of the area, spoke with witnesses and reviewed any potential surveillance video,” according to ABC. (RELATED: Chilling Video Surfaces Of Mollie Tibbetts Just Hours Before Her Disappearance)

Tibbetts vanished after she went for a run near the small town of Brooklyn on July 18, reported Fox News Wednesday. She was living at her boyfriend’s house at the time of the disappearance, but the boyfriend, Dalton Jack, was out of town the day she went missing.

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