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.
The Westchester native has been missing for two weeks. Early Friday morning, a maintenance worker found several suspicious items hidden behind a dumpster and called police.
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.
As the search for missing Westchester County native Lauren Spierer continues, her parents said Thursday they’re not giving up.
A mysterious truck is now the focus of the grueling search for a missing college student from Westchester County. Bloomington, Ind., police released surveillance pictures of the truck and possibly the last known photo of Lauren Spierer.
Police searching for a missing Indiana University student from Westchester are waiting for the FBI to complete an enhancement of security video of the area where Lauren Spierer was last seen 11 days ago.
It is day 11 in the search for Lauren Spierer, the young Westchester woman who vanished while away at Indiana University.
Saturday night, AMW aired the details of Lauren’s disappearance in hopes someone would have information on Lauren’s whereabouts.
It has now been more than a week since Westchester native Lauren Spierer disappeared after a night out with friends in Bloomington, Indiana where she goes to school.
However, According to a published report, Rossman’s lawyer, Carl Salzmann, has not confirmed whether a DNA sample was given. He would only confirm that his client is cooperating with authorities without getting into the specifics.
Spierer, who is from Westchester, disappeared early Friday. She was last seen by her friends at 4:30 a.m. walking back to her apartment.
While the search continues in Bloomington, Ind. for a missing college student from Westchester, the case is eerily similar to one in 2000.