Investigators chase hundreds of leads in search for missing college student

we can’t tell you why I’m always missing Iowa DCI director Kevin winkers has 30 to 40 law enforcement agents are working on it day and night they say they’ve collected 200 leads Winker held the first news conference in the case of Molly Tibbetts today in Montezuma at how is she County Sheriff’s Office media from across the country are looking for answers to cluding what role social media and mollies Fitbit device are playing in the case I can tell you that we are looking at all technology as it relates to Molly we are looking to generate leads based on that technology we are looking to talk to anybody that’s willing to talk to us that has information about Molly so we view both of those is critical friends and family members didn’t get much new information at the news conference but they are or anyone with information to call the tip line need to continue to pray for Molly’s return her safe return and to get the word out I don’t think there’s too much that any of us can do
Investigators say they still don’t know what happened to Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts who vanished nearly two weeks ago from her hometown Brooklyn, Iowa. At a news conference Tuesday, a lead investigator said dozens of local, state and federal agents are working to determine what happened to the 20-year-old. CBS affiliate KCCI-TV’s Todd Magel reports.

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