The private investigator Lauren Spierer’s parents hired last fall might have found new details about the IU student’s disappearance.
Robert and Charlene Spierer told WNYW, a television station in New York, that private investigator Bo Dietl has uncovered new information in their daughter’s missing person case. They would not share what that information is.
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During this season of being with family and friends, we are without Lauren. If by some miracle, YOU, the person who knows where Lauren is at this very second, are reading this, we once again beg YOU to tell us where she is. As you sit across the table from your loved ones, we are sitting across from an empty chair where Lauren should be, enjoying her loved ones. Let today be the day YOU do the right thing.
The parents of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer say the private investigator they hired is getting better results than Bloomington police. Robert and Charlene Spierer made the comments this week to a New York City television station while they were back home for Hanukkah. They have not said exactly what Bo Dietl has found out that police have not yet, but said they are not getting much cooperation from any of the persons of interest in the disappearance of their 20-year-old daughter. Lauren Spierer has not been seen since the early morning hours of June 3rd.