Lauren Spierer has been missing since June 3. The 20-year-old was last seen walking home after a night out with friends in downtown Bloomington.
Before classes resume for the fall semester at Indiana University, volunteers are planning to distribute missing posters for Lauren Spierer in hopes that new leads or information may come in.
After two exhausting months a new lead has been identified in the search for a missing woman from Westchester County who vanished at college.
Their heartfelt appeal for information appeared on the website dedicated to the search, http://www.findlauren.com.
The company that runs a western Indiana landfill says it is cooperating with investigators who might search it for signs of an Indiana University student who’s been missing for two months.
Lauren Spierer, the college student from Westchester who is missing in Indiana, was apparently so incapacitated the night she disappeared, she was barely able to stand.
Investigators say a badly decomposed body was discovered in Fall Creek on Monday about 50 miles from Bloomington, where the 20-year-old fashion major attended Indiana University.
The body was found floating in water in Fall Creek, Indiana Sunday evening. Fall Creek is about 60 miles from Bloomington, where Spierer was enrolled as a student at Indiana University.
The parents of an Indiana University student from Westchester who was last seen four weeks ago say they are still determined to find out what happened to their daughter.
It’s been almost a month since the Indiana University student from Westchester disappeared. Spierer’s parents have scheduled a news conference this afternoon in Bloomington.
In Bloomington, Indiana, a massive search is underway Saturday to find the 20-year-old from Westchester who has been missing for more than three weeks. The search is called “Find Lauren Day” and will cover a large area outside the city.
Three weeks after she disappeared, volunteers are planning a large-scale search in Bloomington, Indiana where Westchester native Lauren Spierer was last seen.
Searches on horseback and ATV’s in Bloomington and the surrounding southern Indiana countryside continued Wednesday for Lauren Spierer, the missing Indiana College student from Westchester.
The investigation into the disappearance of Lauren Spierer has yielded no visible results as police confirmed Monday that a truck seen in the area near the time of the coed’s disappearance was not connected to the case.
Lauren Spierer’s parents thanked police and volunteers who are combing the main road leading into Bloomington, Indiana looking for any traces that might lead them to their daughter.