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Pig Farmer Quizzed By FBI For A Second Time Over Missing Student Mollie Tibbetts - Details

Pig Farmer Questioned Again Over Missing Mollie Tibbetts

Aug. 5 2018, Updated 10:16 p.m. ET

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The FBI is still investigating a pig farmer in connection with missing Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts.

Wayne Cheney was quizzed for a second time at his Deep River Farm with more interviews expected today.

The probe comes after police found a red shirt that could belong to the student in nearby fields.

So far, Cheney has refused to take a polygraph but has allowed searches of both his property and phone records.

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The farmer claims he has nothing to hide, despite having two previous stalking charges. He has not been charged.

Tibbetts has been missing since last being spotted on a jog on the evening of July 18.

The 56-year-old pig farmer told a local Iowa television station about being quizzed at a local fire station.

"No it wasn't the FBI' at the station 'I don't know who those two guys were.

"They questioned me for a couple hours, they questioned me. I don't even remember what they asked me," he revealed.

"It was a waste of time that I thought, I'm done." - the pig farmer told reporters before walking inside his home.

The investigation into the missing 20-year-old continues.

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