It's been more than two weeks since Dalton Jack last saw or heard from his girlfriend, 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts, before she mysteriously vanished in a rural Iowa town. But it's still unclear what happened to the missing University of Iowa student. And he noted he didn't say in the statement that she had been seen on video from the truck stop.
This undated photo released by the Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation shows Mollie Tibbetts, a University of Iowa student who was reported missing from her hometown in the eastern Iowa city of Brooklyn on Thursday, July 19, 2018.
KMBC-TV reports Kearney police Sgt. Joe Kantola said only one person reported seeing the woman who resembled Mollie.
The location is more than 230 miles away from where Tibbetts was last seen.
Law enforcement in Iowa will give an update Friday morning on the effort to find Mollie Tibbetts.
"Imagine if this was you, somebody had taken your Mollie?" Please remember that ANY tips should be shared at the established tip line.
Family members have urged the public to come forward with any information, "the bottom line is somebody knows something", Tibbetts father, Rob, told Fox News.
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According to KCCI-TV, several KCCI viewers sent that television station "screenshots of a Facebook post saying there was a possible sighting of Tibbetts and that she 'might have been drugged, looked disoriented and was with a truck driver'".
Authorities are investigating an unconfirmed sighting of missing Iowa woman Mollie Tibbets.
There is a $30,000 reward for information that leads police to Mollie's whereabouts.
Her family and friends are posting flyers, talking to people and doing media interviews to spread awareness about the 20-year-old.
Winker said he understands the frustration about the lack of information being released to the public about the case, "We are constantly evaluating what information we should release and what we shouldn't".