However, it took authorities almost eight months to gather enough evidence to officially charge Boswell and Trail.
Her mother, Susan Loofe, reported her missing on November 16th.
The first of Loofe’s remains were discovered on December 4th.
Two people were charged on Monday with the murder of Loofe, a 24-year-old woman from Lincoln, Nebraska whose body was found dismembered in garbage bags and thrown into a field in December.
Bailey Boswell, 24, and Aubrey Trail, 51, are currently in custody in nearby Saline County, awaiting trial for first-degree murder and the improper disposal of human remains.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim’s family and loved ones, and we are fully cooperating with law enforcement in this investigation.” When reached for comment by Rolling Stone, Tinder declined to comment further at this time.
According to a signed affidavit obtained by Rolling Stone, Loofe and Boswell communicated via Tinder roughly 140 times leading up to the night of Loofe’s disappearance.
Sydney Loofe had hit it off with a woman from Tinder, and the second date seemed safe enough.
But for Loofe, that second date would also be her last.
He was initially charged with manslaughter, but acquitted in 2016.