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Mackenzie Lueck got into a Lyft one week ago. The University of Utah student hasn't been seen since

Posted at 10:42 AM, Jun 24, 2019

SALT LAKE CITY — Mackenzie Lueck, 23, got into a Lyft in Salt Lake City last Monday, June 17. She hasn't been seen since, and now police are looking for the University of Utah student who has been missing for a week.

Lueck returned to Salt Lake City after visiting family, the Salt Lake City Police Department said in a news release. After her flight landed around 1 a.m., she took a Lyft from the Salt Lake City Airport to an address in North Salt Lake, Utah, where she was last seen in the early morning hours June 17. The college student also texted her parents after her plane landed to let them know she had arrived safely, KSTU reports .

Lyft has been cooperative with the investigation, according to police.

Since going missing, the 23-year-old has missed her midterm exams and a flight to California for a friend's wedding, according to KSTU. This is not characteristic of the Lueck, friends say.
Lueck is not believed to be in danger or harmed at this time, authorities said. Detectives are concerned for her welfare.

Anyone with information on Lueck's whereabouts is encouraged to call SLCPD at 1-801-799-3000.