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Mollie Tibbetts Was 'Engaged' To Marry Boyfriend Before Murder, Cops Confirm

College Student Mollie Tibbetts Engaged Boyfriend Murder
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Dec. 24 2018, Updated 5:04 p.m. ET

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Radar told you first. Months after RadarOnline.com first reported Mollie Tibbetts was engaged to be married before her horrific murder, newly uncovered police documents prove the tragic Iowa college student was planning a wedding with boyfriend Dalton Jack.

"Poweshiek County Sheriff's Office received a report of a missing person in Brooklyn, Iowa," an unsealed warrant obtained by Radar reads. "Deputy Simpson made initial contact with Blake Jack, who identified himself as the brother of Dalton Jack, who is currently engaged to Mollie Tibbetts."

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"Blake advised his future sister-in-law, Tibbetts, was missing and had not been heard from since Wednesday, July 18, 2018, at approximately 5:30 p.m."

Tibbetts, 20, famously vanished during a routine jog. Police found her dead body in a cornfield one month later.

Radar told you first, Mollie Tibbetts was set to wed her boyfriend Jack when she was allegedly murdered by Cristhian Bahena Rivera.

On her Instagram account, Tibbetts shared a snap of a diamond band on the fourth finger of her left hand last May with the message: "This weekend this boy gave me a bit of a late birthday present, but it was well worth the wait."

SEE MOLLIE'S STUNNING ENGAGEMENT RING

Rivera is set to stand trial in April. He is currently behind bars on a $5 million bail.

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