Mother of missing Iowa woman believes she may be held captive

Police have ruled out Mollie Tibbetts' boyfriend, Dalton Jack, as a possible suspect. The two had been living together this summer.
2:58 | 08/02/18

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We believe that Molly is still alive and someone has subjected her we are pleading with you to please release her. We are partnering with crime stoppers of central Iowa. To help facilitate the process of receiving. Information anonymously. That we can use to pay for her release or information. That would lead to her location. After 10 o'clock this morning. We have raised 172000. Dollars that would be paid to you as soon as Molly is safely home. That was holding up just fine. We're saying our. Personal feelings aside this is a fight for our daughter. And so we have all the tools that we can use. Thank the media. For coming here helping us to share this story because. We are whole. Very little by the authorities were very good reason they are incredible work they put together a credible investigation. It's large it's sophisticated. It's aggressive. And they've been nothing that sensitive to our family. And to suggest otherwise is wrong. They are not sharing information with us because they don't need to share information someone who might be implicated in this. The other part is you media group and wonderful. You've taken us her story national and international. And to keep this story in the public conscience is essential. Because. This is going to be small like someone coming forward with information either information that they think it's trivial. And now we're sharing or information they think it can implicate a loved one or threatened and are afraid of doing. And I've been telling all. If you have nothing to hide you nothing to figure. So come forward. Share that information with the authorities. And let's bring my only home. And this is another tool tool in our arsenal were providing this fund. Provide some financial incentive for someone who's otherwise reluctant to come forward and if you can get this story out. Then maybe we can bring Molly home and we'll all have a happy ending this. Everyday I feel Molly's presents let me. You know sometimes and his film are setting up my children. And Molly it was an incredibly. Strong. Young woman. And I don't know that I have the strength of me that Molly's Lynn dean meet her strain every day every night. And yes I have my moments of complete meltdowns. But it is. Through this strengthened is somehow. And I don't know how being bestowed upon me that I am able to get you. Every morning every. Need every night.

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