Elizabeth Shelley was final seen at residence by her mom on Saturday at 2 a.m., in line with Logan Metropolis Police Captain Tyson Budge.
Eight hours later, police had been alerted that the lady was lacking.
Additionally lacking from the house that morning was 21-year-old Alexander Whipple, Elizabeth’s uncle, who police say is the principle suspect within the case. He had come to the household’s residence for a go to on Friday evening and was final seen across the identical time as his niece.
Whipple was positioned Saturday and arrested on a warrant for a probation violation, police stated. He was booked into Cache County jail and was being held Sunday on $25,000 bond. Elizabeth was not with him when he was discovered, police stated.
Budge, the police captain, informed CNN the case is “not going to finish properly.”
In a put up on Fb, Logan Metropolis Police referred to as Whipple “uncooperative” and stated that FBI and native businesses had been working to complete search warrants and comply with up on leads. They stated they may not launch all particulars related to the investigation however that the seek for Elizabeth was ongoing.
“We all know there are numerous who need to assist and there are some who suppose they’re serving to by posting their concern concerning the perceived lack of particulars of this investigation,” the put up reads.
“They don’t have all the data as a result of we can not launch the whole lot pertinent to this investigation,” police added. “There are a lot of businesses in a coordinated effort working across the clock and can proceed to work till she is discovered. We are going to replace Fb as data turns into accessible.”
Logan is about 80 miles north of Salt Lake Metropolis, close to the Idaho border.