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A former Army IT specialist who owns a home five miles from a park where University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck went missing, has been named as a person of interest, DailyMail.com can reveal.
Salt Lake City Police have been searching the home of a man they identified as a person of interest in Lueck’s case, revealing they had collected evidence from the home at a press conference on Thursday.
The article goes on to state the following:
While police declined to name the homeowner, DailyMail.com learned it is owned by Ayoola ‘AJ’ Ajayi, 31, who lists a private room inside the home on Airbnb for up to $40 a night.
Officials announced they are now searching for a mattress and box spring that Ajayi had given away for free on resale website LetGo five days ago.
The Daily Mail also provided the following details in their exclusive report:
Ajayi was employed by the Army as an Information Technology Specialist for nearly two years before leaving in June 2016, according to his LinkedIn.
He currently works at Dell as a Senior Technical Support Analyst and has so for the past 10 months.
Man gave away mattress police are looking for in Mackenzie Lueck case https://t.co/ACOveu97lq
— Daily Mail Breaking (@DM_breakingnews) June 27, 2019
— SLC Police Dept. (@slcpd) June 27, 2019
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