Mackenzie Lueck got into a Lyft a week ago. Now she's missing

Salt Lake City police say missing Utah student Mac Kenzie Lueck met someone at a North Salt Lake park

What happened to University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck?

MacKenzie Lueck took a ride with a Lyft driver from Salt Lake City International Airport early June 17 to North Salt Lake's Hatch Park - where she met someone in a vehicle, say Salt Lake City police. She then took a ride-share service to her home in North Salt Lake.

"Since Monday, she has missed her midterms at the University of Utah and has not been in communication with family or friends", the statement said.

The Salt Lake City Police Department said it hasn't discovered any information thus far that would leave them to believe Lueck has been harmed or is in danger.

Police have no reason to doubt the Lyft driver's story and have cleared him as a suspect, Doubt said. This is not characteristic of the Lueck, friends say.

Salt Lake City Assistant Police Chief Tim Doubt holds a news conference to discuss the disappearance of Mackenzie Lueck.

Lyft spokeswoman Lauren Alexander said the route contained no irregularities and ended at the address requested by Lueck.

"Nothing suggests she is in trouble other than we haven't heard from her", Wilking said. "If that is the case, MacKenzie, we are asking you to please reach out to the either Salt Lake City Police Department or a law enforcement agency where you are at".

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Family and friends of a University of Utah student who vanished shortly after returning from attending her grandmother's funeral are pleading for answers about the college student's current whereabouts.

Lueck flew from the Los Angeles to Salt Lake City, arriving at around 1 a.m., according to ABC 4. Her vehicle has not been moved.

"Things aren't adding up", Fine said.

"For her not to reach out to me, Snapchat, Instagram, anything... is very unlike her, very uncommon, she's usually in touch with me nearly every day", Stoner said.

Friends say they aren't sure why Lueck would have traveled to the area in the middle of the night-unless she was meeting somebody.

She was dropped at just about 3 a.m.at the park in North Salt Lake that sits in a popular downtown area nestled between apartment complexes and restaurants.

As their search for her continued on Monday, friends of the young woman spoke out to say she had missed a wedding, a mid-term exam and work since going missing.

Lueck is described as being 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing 120 pounds.

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