It’s been more than two weeks since Sydney Loofe went missing, so the confirmation from authorities that a body found in Clay County, Nebraska appears to be that of Loofe brings to a tragic end after weeks of search efforts for the Neligh native.

The 24-year-old was reported missing on November 16 after she failed to show up for work at the Menanrd’s store in Lincoln after going on a date the night before.

Police would discover her car parked outside her apartment in Lincoln, but there was no sign of Loofe.

Three days later, police would search locations in Wilbur, Nebraska, including an apartment, looking for Loofe after reports that she was last seen in that area.

And two days after that, Lincoln’s police chief called her disappearance “concerning” and urged the public’s help in the search for Loofe.

As November drew to a close, authorities on November 28 named Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell  as persons of interest in the case.

Just a day later, the pair from Wilber posted a video to social media denying any involvement in Loofe’s disappearance.

A short time later, police would search a pond and wooded area just outside Wilber looking for evidence in the case.

On November 30, the FBI says the two persons of interest were arrested outside Branson, Missouri on unrelated warrants and were placed on a federal hold with no bond.

Then Monday, December 4, authorities confirmed their search turned up a body believed to be Loofe’s.