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"No New Revelations" in Search for IU Student

6/7/2011

Bloomington Police Lt. Bill Parker (WIBC.com photo: Reed Parker)
Bloomington Police Lt. Bill Parker (WIBC.com photo: Reed Parker)
"No new revelations."  Those words today from Bloomington Police on the search for 20-year-old Lauren Spierer.

Lieutenant Bill Parker says they suspect foul play in her disappearance because she vanished in the early morning hours last Friday near her apartment building.

"We feel like if she had just decided to go to a buddy's house we would've heard that by now," Parker says.

Spierer left her cell phone and shoes at Killroy's Sports Bar in downtown Bloomington.  Surveillance video confirms that information.

Her father, Rob, says they want as much help as they can get.  "There's a lot more we have to do until we find Lauren.  We beg you, if you can help us in the search, you continue to join us every day," he says.

The Bloomington Police Department will hold daily briefings at 11:30 a.m.

News Conference Audio: Lt. Bill Parker


News Conference Audio: Robert Spierer (father)


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