A desperate search has been launched for a missing University of Utah student who disappeared after taking a lift trip from the airport a week ago.
Mackenzie Lueck, 23, disappeared on June 17 after landing in Salt Lake City, returning from a trip to Los Angeles, where she attended her grandmother's funeral last weekend.
She arrived at the airport and ordered a lift ride to an address in North Salt Lake, but missed out on the trip.
She was last seen & # 39; tomorrow in the morning & # 39 ;.
Her family said that they last heard from her around. 17 on June 17, after she slipped her parents who said her plane was landed. They reported that she was missing Thursday, June 20,
Her family said they last heard from her around. June 17, after she slipped her parents and said her plane was the land. They did not hear from her again after this text.
On Thursday, her worried family in El Segundo, California, reported that she was missing.
& # 39; Since Monday, she missed her midterms at the University of Utah and has not been in communication with family or friends, "said the family in a statement.
Lueck is studying nursing and health education and is planning her exam in 2019. She began at the University of Utah in 2014, according to her LinkedIn.
& Our primary goal is to find Mackenzie and bring her home. Her family is grateful for the concerns, prayers, and tireless efforts of Salt Lake City Police and community members, "the statement added.
Lyft says she arrived at a North Salt Lake address without "irregularities" and the driver continued to pick up other riders that night. Her roommates say she never returned home, there is irregular behavior for her when she has pets at home
Lueck's family said she had planned to fly from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles on July 23.
Police investigate her disappearance and say that they have been in contact with Lyft and Lueck's driver.
Lyft said in a statement that they recognize how frightening this must be for those who know and love Mrs Lueck. & # 39;
& # 39; The safety of our society is fundamental to Lifting and we are actively helping law enforcement with their investigations, "said Rax said, adding Luck's route from the airport did not contain any irregularities and ended up at the destination originally introduced by the rider.
Lyft said that Lueck's driver dropped her to her desired address and then continued to drive for the company.
Salt Lake City Police Sargeant Brandon Shearer says they have not discovered anything to suggest that Lueck was in danger so far.
Lyft says Lueck was picked up at the airport and arrived at a North Salt Lake address without "irregularities" and the driver continued to pick up other riders that night. But her roommates say she never returned home. Stop-share stop at Salt Lake City International Airport pictured above
& # 39; The security of our community is fundamental to lifting and we are actively helping law enforcement with their investigations & raising said and adding Lueck's route from the airport did not contain any irregularities and ended at the destination as originally indicated by the rider  If she's threatened or not, it's a hard thing to say right now. We just treat what we want to find her, and we're just trying to track all leaders right now, "Police Department of Detective Michael Ruff in Salt Lake City
& # 39; We will try to contact her somehow Other, if she is missing or she is not, we need to make sure she is okay, "he added.
and they are unaware of whether anyone ever threatened her prior second disappearance.
Friends and family began posting missing posters in the area on Friday.
My concern is over, " Kennedy Stoner, one of Lueck's Alpha Chi Omega Sorority Sisters, told Fox13. "She's my best friend. I usually hear from her all the time. & # 39;
& # 39; We will do as much as possible. She's just the sweetest, most real girl. I love her. I miss her. I am extremely worried about her and her well-being, "added Stoner.
Don't go home to your pet or roommate, or just drop your luggage away, it's very abnormal," said friend Ashley. Fine for KSTU TV. "Not at work. Having your phone for five days now, very very bizarre and alarming. & # 39;
& # 39; She is extremely dedicated. She would never miss her midterms or anything like that. She hasn't been home. She turned out not to work, or anything, "fine added.
Cops now argues for information about her whereabouts.
Lueck is described as 5 feet 6 inches and weighs about 120 pounds, and has blond hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information that can assist in the investigation may contact the Salt Lake City Police at (801) 799-3000.