An American woman who disappeared last month after going to a Tinder date has been found dead by the police, her family says.
Sydney Loofe, 24, of Lincoln, Nebraska, was last seen on November 15 after meeting Another woman.
Bailey Boswell, 23, and her roommate Aubrey Trail, 51, are in police custody.
Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister said that "digital evidence" had brought authorities to a body in rural Clay County on Monday afternoon.
"We believe there is evidence of foul play," he told a news conference.
The FBI, the Lincoln police, and several county sheriffs' offices participated in the search.
The parents of the missing person, George and Susie Loofe, said in a message on the Facebook page Finding Sydney Loofe: "It is very heavy". hearts that we share this latest update with all of you.
"Continue to pray for Sydney and our entire family.
" May God grant you eternal rest. We Love You Sydney "
Police say that Ms. Loofe was last seen after apparently going on a date with Ms. Boswell in Wilber, about 40 miles (64 km) south of Lincoln.
Mrs. Loofe had posted a picture of Snapchat before the meeting with an emoji and a legend: "Ready for my date".
Did not appear the next day, November 16, at the DIY store where he worked.  The chief of police said: "By their own statements on social media, we believe that Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell were two of the last people to be with Sydney Loofe."
He said that both are people of interest in the case. Both are in custody on unrelated orders.
Mrs. Boswell and Mr. Trail posted videos on social networks proclaiming their innocence.
Boswell said that he had left Mrs. Loofe at a friend's house after his appointment and did not hear from her again.