Search For Missing Iowa Student Mollie Tibbetts Reaches Two Weeks, More Questions Than Answers

By  //  August 2, 2018

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ABOVE VIDEO: Tibbetts’s boyfriend says his family is worried about how the public has ‘demonized’ him. Eric Shawn reports.

BROOKLYN, IOWA (FOX NEWS) – The desperate search for missing Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts has so far led investigators to question a pig farmer and a local man who twice pleaded guilty to stalking, while a suspect in an assault on a jogger in another Iowa city and a man seen surreptitiously snapping pics of young girls on a run have also been analyzed for any possible connections.

And, so far, cops have come up empty.

On Wednesday, a pig farmer in the area told Fox News seven FBI investigators arrived at his home last Friday and asked to search it without a warrant.

Authorities probed the property for nearly two hours, taking photos of the interior of the home and also searching the man’s garage. The farmer, who is not being identified by Fox News because he has not been named as a suspect, said investigators asked to interview him off the property and kept his cell phone overnight to check his records. The farmer said he “has nothing to hide” as cops search for Tibbetts, a sophomore at the University of Iowa.

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