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Iowa college student, Mollie Tibbetts, 20, went missing on July 18. Sad to admit, in a little over two weeks, the law enforcements haven’t advanced in their investigation. The Typical Student team is sending prayers to Molly’s family wishing she returns home safe as soon as possible!
What Happened to Mollie Tibbetts?
As told by many mass media sources, Mollie went missing on July 18 while dog-sitting at her boyfriend’s place. She was last seen jogging on Wednesday evening. The Poweshiek County Sheriff's Office reports that the police are collecting information from Mollie’s social media trying to solve the case. According to the New York Post, Mollie is one of the 48 people who disappeared in July across Iowa! This looks really horrible.
Family Offers $172K Reward for Any Information About Mollie
Meanwhile, Mollie’s family keeps the faith in her return home. Over the past weeks, different people have donated to missing Iowa student’s family. Now, they are offering a $172,000 reward for any information to discover her whereabouts.
This is what Mollie’s mother, Laura Calderwood, told at the press conference:
“It is our greatest hope that if someone has her, that they would just release her and claim that money we have raised for her freedom.”
Please, share this information to help distressed parents find their daughter!
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