Jack stood with Tibbetts' family at a press conference in Brooklyn Thursday morning, where her parents announced that they believe she is being held captive and the reward for her return has increased to $172,000. "Imagine if this was you, somebody had taken your Mollie".
Earlier this week police in Kearney, Missouri, said an employee at a truck stop reported Sunday that she saw someone resembling Tibbetts eating at a Taco Bell. "We believe that Mollie is still alive, and if someone has abducted her, we are pleading with you to please release her", she said.
"Sometimes I just feel her sitting on my shoulder", she said.
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The 20-year-old was last seen on the evening of July 18, when she went for a routine jog in Brooklyn, a town of about 1400 people in central Iowa.
Investigators are offering no new details in their search for a University of Iowa student who vanished more than two weeks ago.
Authorities have yet to give an official timeline; but police have been combing through information from Tibbetts' Fitbit, which she always wore, as well as her cellphone and social media accounts. She was reported missing the following day after she did not show up for work. Since then, local, state and federal investigators have tried to determine what happened.
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Her aunt, Kim Calderwood , said she's "very responsible and conscientious". "There is no such thing as a silly tip or lead". Her family and friends continue to search for clues and answers, and plead for anyone with any information to come forward.
On Thursday, her family and Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa are holding a press conference to discuss the case. He added the group exists for people who can not come forward to police, including those who are guilty or involved in a crime. In spite of the unanswered questions in the case, "I do think she's out there", Rob Tibbetts said.
"We exist for the other ones, who for whatever reason would not come and communicate any information to the police, either because they are guilty of something themselves or maybe involved in a crime", Willey said.
"If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear". "We are told very little by the authorities, for a very good reason....they don't need to share information with someone who might be implicated in this".
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