Tinder Date Leads To Nebraska Woman’s Dismemberment

Woman's accused killers caught on surveillance video buying tools to dismember her: Prosecutors

Sydney Loofe: Duo charged after Tinder date murder

Bailey Boswell and her male roommate Aubrey Trial were filmed on CCTV at a Lincoln Home Depot in the hours before the young women's Tinder date, on November 15 a year ago.

Loofe met Boswell through the Tinder dating app, and they went on a date November 14.

But on November 16, Loofe didn't show up for work at Menard's in north Lincoln or respond to family members who attempted to contact her, the Lincoln Journal-Star reported.

Loofe's friend and coworker Terra Gehring told KETV in November that Loofe went on a date with the same woman she went out with the night before.

She said: "She texted me and told me about the date she had (and) how great it went and she was excited to go on another date with her again Wednesday night".

Lincoln Police and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents interviewed Trail several times after Loofe's body was found, in those they say Trail admitted to strangling Loofe with an extension cord.

Aubrey Trail, 51, and Bailey Boswell, 23, were charged in 24-year-old Sydney Loofe's death, KMTV reported. Those charges were filed in court late Monday.

Trail admitted to strangling Loofe with an extension cord, police said.

On December 4, police discovered Loofe's body in a remote farming area after searching the area where her cellphone last pinged.

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A day later, a landlord called police to report a strong smell of bleach coming from the basement where Boswell and Trail lived.

She was at his apartment, he claimed, to partake in a sexual fantasy he had about being with two women. And the purchase was made hours before Loofe's death, while she was still at work and unaware of the grisly fate that awaited her.

'It wasn't supposed to go to the extreme it went, of course not. "It wasn't meant that she was to die".

Prosecutors in Nebraska charged two suspects with the first-degree murder of a young woman whose body was discovered in a remote farming area in December.

"A life for a life - that's the rules in my world".

'I should be put to death'.

In newly unsealed documents, prosecutors allege that Trail and Boswell were captured by surveillance footage at a Home Depot on November 15, buying the tools that they would use to cut up Loofe's body.

Following her graduation, she moved to Lincoln where she took a job as a cashier for the home improvement store Menards.

Judge Bauer set the next hearings for both Trail and Boswell for June 19, when both will tell the court whether they want a preliminary hearing on the felony charges.

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