LEXINGTON, Neb. (CNN) - FBI agents testified, Thursday, in the Nebraska murder trial involving the dating app Tinder.
Neligh, Nebraska-native Sydney Loofe was first reported missing in November of 2017. Parts of her body were discovered a month later.
Prosecutors say a few weeks before she disappeared, Loofe was lured on a Tinder date by the suspect Bailey Boswell.
Boswell is facing first-degree murder and other charges, because she and her fiancee, Aubrey Trail, reportedly conspired to kill Loofe.
In court, Thursday, FBI Special Agent Eli McBride said law enforcers, several times, went to the area where Loofe's dismembered body was eventually found, and other areas, looking for evidence. Boswell could face the death penalty, if she's found guilty.
Trail was found guilty of first-degree murder in the case last year. He hasn't been sentenced yet, but could face the death penalty.