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Missing University of Iowa student, 20, RETURNED to her boyfriend’s house after going for a jog and sent him a final Snapchat before she mysteriously vanished, say FBI investigators

  • Mollie Tibbetts, 20, went missing on July 18 while dogsitting for boyfriend
  • She was last seen jogging near boyfriend’s home in rural town of Brooklyn, Iowa
  • She …
New evidence shows missing 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts may have returned to boyfriend's home where she sent him a Snapchat before she vanished

Authorities say that her boyfriend Dalton Jack, right, received a Snapchat from her around 10pm and it appeared to be indoors, leading her family to believe she returned to his home

Mollie Tibbetts
Mollie (pictured) went out for a jog on July 18 and hasn't been seen since, sparking an extensive search in the town of Brooklyn, Iowa

Although she seemingly returned to her boyfriend's home, she was nowhere to be found the following day. Her boyfriend is not a suspect in her disappearance

Her family says she was doing homework on her computer that night before she went for the run and they think she may have returned to her boyfriend's home afterwards

Investigators revealed Friday they had searched a pig farm about 15 minutes from Mollie's home after receiving a tip - but found no sign of the missing University of Iowa freshman. Footage from KCRG shows hundreds of people preparing to search corn fields on foot

Mollie's mother Laura Calderwood (pictured) revealed that giving up hope is 'not an option' in an interview with ABC News nine days after the 20-year-old's disappearance

Since then, the T.I.P Rural Electric Cooperative announced that the company added $1,000 to the existing Crimes Stoppers of Central Iowa reward of $1,000. Mollie is pictured, left, with her grandmother Judy Calderwood and her three brothers

Tibbetts, a college sophomore, is described as a 5-foot-3 woman, weighing 120 pounds