Who was MacKenzie Lueck Wiki
MacKenzie Lueck was an American Nursing Student from El Segundo, California. However, she was missing from Salt Lake City International Airport from June 17. She shared the Lyft ride along with Ayoola Ajayi.
“Why did #MackenzieLueck go to a park 8 miles from home at 3 a.m.?” That’s the question @DatelineNBC explores tonight on @KSL5TV at 9:00. Then, at 10:00, I sit down with @SimGillDA. We remember when she went missing from Hatch Park that night in June… nearly 3 months ago. pic.twitter.com/QKgsUDUMJw
— Brittany Glas (@BrittanyGlasTV) September 13, 2019
Furthermore, she died on June 27, 2019. However, Ayoola charged on her murder case by the Mike Brown (Police Chief, Salt Lake City). In the early investigation revealed some shocking facts about Lueck. She knew Ajayi for a long time.
How Old Was MacKenzie Lueck?
MacKenzie Lueck was born in 1995 at the time of death her age was 24 Years.
Where was MacKenzie Lueck Born?
MacKenzie Lueck was born to a father, Greg Lueck, and a mother, Diana Lueck. She has 3 brothers. She grew up in El Segundo, California. MacKenzie Lueck holds American nationality.
She attended El Segundo High School, where she was a member of the water polo team. After high school, she enrolled at the University of Utah in 2014. She was set to graduate in 2019. She was one of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority group at the university.
MacKenzie Lueck Disappearance
Lueck was returning to Utah after a trip home to go to her grandmother’s funeral in the Los Angeles, California, area, her family and friends say. Police have confirmed that they are investigating her disappearance as a missing person case. The Salt Lake City Police Department said in a press release that Lueck was last seen about 1 a.m. on Monday, June 17. She was reported missing on Thursday, June 20, by her family. She took a Lyft rideshare from the airport to a park in North Salt Lake. On June 24, Salt Lake City Police said they have set up a tip-line for information about Lueck. “We’re not sure what the case is at this point,” Salt Lake Police Sergeant Brandon Shearer told the Deseret News. “We’ve still not found any evidence that she is in danger, that she has been harmed, specifically.” He said there is no evidence a crime has been committed, but they are “very concerned” because she has disappeared without a trace.
Mackenzie Speth Lueck Murder
The murder of Mackenzie Speth Lueck occurred on June 2019, when 23-year-old University of Utah student Lueck was reported missing and her remains later discovered. 31-year-old Ayoola Ajayi was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping and murder following a search of his home and Lueck’s burned and buried remains were found.
I just read the chilling murder of MacKenzie Lueck. Ayoola Ajayi needs to hang for this crime.
Also hope the Nigerian Police can use this technology to stop the serial killer in Port Harcourt https://t.co/jvDyFqjdTW
— Karen (@AnuliKay) September 11, 2019
Weeks before her disappearance, it was reported that Lueck boasted on social media about having multiple Tinder sugar daddies. It was reported that the suspect police said killed and kidnapped Lueck before burning her body in his backyard had a book on Amazon featuring characters who are killed and burned. The author name was the same as the suspect arrested and a Facebook page with photos of the suspect promoted the book.
MacKenzie Lueck Facebook
Mackenzie Lueck was also known by the name Kenzie Lueck on Facebook and Instagram Kenzie Lueck’s last post before her disappearance was about her grandmother’s death. Along with photos of her grandmother, grandfather, and mother, she wrote, “I’m sure many have already heard, heaven gained an angel on Monday. My grandmother, papa Gerry, was a hero to many. She was selfless and perfect. I never imagined this day coming, but heaven couldn’t wait for her. I love you and I’ll see you in a lifetime.”
“Mackenzie had a great circle of friends. She has incredible parents. They are incredibly kind people. They’re incredibly generous people,” District Attorney @SimGillDA said. Hear from the man responsible for finding justice in the murder of #MackenzieLueck on @KSL5TV at 10:00. pic.twitter.com/8QUWOpiPT8
— Brittany Glas (@BrittanyGlasTV) September 13, 2019
Lueck’s family and her friends had set up social media accounts to help in the search for her. On Facebook, the group “Find MacKenzie Lueck,” has more than 2,000 members. They had also set up a Twitter account, “@FindMacLueck,” and have been using the hashtags #FindMacKenzie and #MacLueck.
MacKenzie Lueck Parents & Siblings
She is the daughter of her mother Diana Lueck. Her dad is Greg Lueck. In fact, she grew along with her three brothers.
MacKenzie Lueck Brother
Mackenzie also graduated in El Segundo High School. Then, she enrolled at the University of Utah to study nursing and kinesiology. She had a friendly relationship with her maternal and paternal grandparents.
yoola Ajayi Killer, Death Cause & Story
Actually, her mother-father told their daughter did not come to meet them after her mid-term exams. The unknown driver dropped her to Hatch Park. After that, she was with her murderer. She made her Facebook and Instagram account too.
Ayoola Ajayi was described as someone who carefully curated his image as an educated professional. A roommate also told us he “tends to have some anger issues” https://t.co/XpNYkKzfYH
— Paighten🆒Harkins (@PaightenHarkins) September 14, 2019
Moreover, she used her name “Kenzie Lueck”. Her last post was about her grandmother’s death. The Salt Lake City’s police team arrested Ayoola on 28th June 2019 for murder and kidnapping. Though, the officers searched for the girl for 11 days. Some personal items of Lueck also found in the criminal’s house
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