"I just don't see any other reason as to why she would be there at that time", Fine said. Her luggage hasn't been located either, Fine said.
Lueck was dropped off at Hatch Park to meet an unidentified person waiting in a vehicle around 3 a.m., Assistant Chief Tim Doubt said at a Monday news conference. Detectives are concerned for her welfare.
She did not show up for any of her exams or classes last week and has not communicated with any friends or family since that text to her parents, KUTV reports. He explained, "We don't have anyone searching any particular area right now because we don't have any credible evidence of where she might be". Police are looking at surveillance footage around Hatch Park, Doubt said, adding that there were no cameras inside the park.
Doubt said that officials have no evidence at this point that foul play was involved at this stage. We've not received any credible tips, ' he said.
"Occasionally the police work a missing-person case where the person does not want to have contact with family or friends".
The ride-sharing company also cooperated with law enforcement and said that Lueck's trip didn't include any "irregularities" and ended at the destination Lueck originally entered when ordering the ride.
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"She has no obligation to call the police department or anyone else and say, 'Here's where I went, '" said former SLC Police Chief Chris Burbank. She took a Lyft from the airport to an address in north Salt Lake.
A week later, Lueck's friends fear for her safety as police scour for clues throughout the city.
Lueck is 5 feet, 6 inches tall, weighs 120 pounds and has a slim build, medium-length blond hair and brown eyes.
Mackenzie Lueck, 23, was last seen a week ago.
However, despite what she believed, she hoped that Lueck would be safe, and according to the news outlet, had a message for her friend, wherever she was, "if you're in a bad situation, please reach out".