More than a month after she went missing, Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts is believed to have been found dead, RadarOnline.com can confirm from multiple sources.
A source exclusively told Radar that there was a search “deep in farmland” last night, and about 15 unmarked police cars and two marked cars surrounded the scene.
An FBI source told Radar: “There’s strong reason and evidence to believe the body is Mollie Tibbetts. Her dad is flying in.”
“A body was located yesterday in a secluded area near a point of interest,” a separate source told Radar. “We have reason and evidence to believe it is Mollie Tibbetts.”
Police previously pinpointed a car wash, truck top, and other areas around Brooklyn, Iowa — where the 20-year-old was last seen — as places of interest in the case.
Mitch Mortvedt with the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation told Radar there will be a press conference at 4 pm outside of the Sheriff’s Office.
Brooklyn police told Radar they could not confirm the shocking news.
Fox News first reported the discovery of the body.
Despite numerous leads, cops have not made an arrest in the case.
The family never gave up hope she would be found alive.
“We know how strong she is and how she never gives up in anything she does. I’m sure she’s fighting like hell to get back,” her brother Scott told Radar exclusively.
Her parents offered a nearly $400,000 reward to anyone who could help bring her home safe.
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