Missing University of Utah Student was a Sugar Baby

Mackenzie Lueck, 23,

The missing University of Utah nursing student, Mackenzie Lueck, 23, has been missing since June 17, 2019 and was last seen by a Lyft driver when she was dropped off at Hatch Park in North Salt Lake between 1-3 AM after landing at Salt Lake City Airport.

The University of Utah student was set to graduate this year.

Airport surveillance footage shows Lueck wearing a white hoodie, black pants with sandals, a large blue handbag, backpack, and brown suitcase.

According to the Lyft driver, Lueck didn't seem distressed as she was seen jumping into another car with a mysterious person.

Lueck's friends told investigators that she would date several people casually, particularly older men. As investigators started looking into her personal life, they found that Lueck was a sugar baby and had 2 different sugar daddies (older men who are wealthy and support women financially in exchange for romance and sexual favors). She was specifically looking for men who were over 35 years of age on sites like Seeking Arrangement and Tinder. Authorities found her private Instagram account @NovaBaby96 using the hashtag #daddykink.

One of her Facebook group messages says, 'Try tinder and be blunt about it. Mine says ''I want a SD/SB relationship with a real connection.'' If [they] don't know what a SD/SB is, tell them bluntly sugar daddy and sugar baby. But if they don't know, they aren't really worth your time,'

UPDATE: Missing University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck Body Found

Photo: Instagram

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Person of Interest Connected to Missing Utah Student Arrested

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