Concerns have been raised for a woman from Nebraska who told her followers on social media that she was going on a date but has been missing ever since.
Sydney Loofe was last seen on the 15 November in the small town of Wilbur, southwest of Omaha.
She posted on the picture sharing social media app, Snapchat, that she was "ready for my date" but ever since then, she hasn't been seen or heard from since.
Police have said that the disappearance of the 24-year-old is "concerning" and that various agencies were working together to track her down.
Speaking to KLKN, Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister said: "The circumstances surrounding her disappearance are concerning.
"Multiple members of the Lincoln Police Department, including our criminal investigations division have been completing interviews, following a digital footprint and corresponding with other law enforcement agencies."
Last seen in WIlbur, which has a population of around 2,000, Loofe's phone was also last track to the area and her car was also revealed to still be at her apartment.
According to friends, Loofe had been preparing for a second date with a woman that she had met on the mobile dating app, Tinder.
The alarm was raised when she failed to turn up for work and family and friends were unable to contact her.
Her friend, Terra Gehrig said: "It's very scary. This is not normal behavior of Sydney's so something has to be wrong, this isn't something she would do."
Due to a spinal condition, Loofe has a distinct walk which is hoped can help people to spot her.