- 20-Year old Mollie Tibbetts has been missing since July 18th
- Mollie was last seen jogging near her hometown of Brooklyn, Iowa.
- Mollie was staying at her boyfriend's house to watch his dogs while he was out of town.
- She did not show up to work on the 19th and her boyfriend Dalton Jack and her family became concerned.
- The reward fund for a missing University of Iowa student has grown to more than $300,000 and is likely to continue climbing according to the group running the fund.
- Greg Willey, a spokesman for Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa, says the Mollie Tibbetts reward fund has reached $301,363, which is a record for the organization that was incorporated in 1982.
- Willey says donations have come from more than 180 individuals and businesses from across the country. Mollie was last seen jogging on the city streets in the town of 1,400.
- Mulitiple law enforcement agencies are looking for her.
An Iowa pig farmer was asked to take a polygraph test over Mollie's disappearance and he was not having any of that - Wayne Cheney, (the pig farmer) told the Des Moines Register
“I don’t need to" " It’s stupid,” saying how he had “nothing to hide.”
- Cheney, is a resident in Deep River and was questioned for two hours about Mollie and his 70-acre farm was searched as well. Not sure what the interest is in Cheney, he has been arrested for harassment and stalking. He entered guilty pleas on two separate occasions.
- Mollie's parents believe she is being held captive somewhere.
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