Law enforcement have spent the last several days continuing to scour rural areas for evidence in the death of Neligh native Sydney Loofe.
On Thursday, police were seen in Saline County near the location of where Loofe's phone was last pinged. Officers were also searching in Clay County near the area where Loofe's body was recovered on Monday.
Law enforcement have said they are working the route between the two locations in hopes of finding more evidence into Loofe's death.
No details have been released as to what evidence has been recovered, but police have said "digital footsteps" have led them to these areas.
Clay County is roughly 50 minutes west of Wilber, the last known sighting of Loofe. FBI agent Randall Thysse said it was a “collaborative effort” that included a “digital footprint” that led to the discovery of Loofe’s body.
Bliemeister later added that the discovery was made in a rural, open area and the scene has been completely closed off by authorities. While there are still many questions yet to be answered, he did confirm that their investigation has led them to believe Loofe was the victim of foul play.
"We do believe that there is evidence of foul play. We'll continue throughout the day, through the search and then the subsequent pathology examination, determine exactly what that is," said Bliemeister.