Authorities say that when forensic analysis confirms the identity of the body they will share that information with the press.
Nimzy was still at Loofe's home in Havelock on November 16, the day she didn't report to work and her family reported her missing.
Loofe's body was recovered just days after Nebraska police named two people as persons of interest in the ongoing investigation into the disappearance of the Lincoln resident. She was reported missing November 16.
He said police do not believe there is a current threat against the public in this case.
Bliemeister said investigators are still trying to determine what happened to Loofe and how long Loofe had been at that location.
Saline County Sherrif Alan Moore, from left, State patrol Superintendent, Col. John Bolduc, FBI agent Randy Thysse and Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister hold a news conference about developments in the disappearance of Sydney Loofe on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017, at the Justice and Law Enforcement Center in Lincoln, Neb.
Before being taken into custody, the pair posted a video to Facebook to tell "their side" of the story.
The parents of Sydney Loofe confirmed their daughter's body was found on Monday. Family and friends have said she went on a date the night before with someone she met online.
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Boswell and a roommate, Aubrey Trail, 51, lived in Wilber, and authorities say that is the last place that Sydney was seen.
"I haven't heard from her since, ' Boswell said".
"I haven't heard from her since", she added. She also kept statistics for the basketball and volleyball teams and participated in the school's one-act play, according to a Q&A Loofe did with the Neligh News and Leader in 2011.
According to her family, Loofe was definitely "planning on coming home that night" - based on the fact that she left her vehicle and her cat at home.
George Loofe, Sydney's father, is the principal of Neligh-Oakdale High School, and his wife, Susie Loofe, is a teacher in the district.
In Lincoln, Loofe worked as a cashier at the Menards at 27th Street and Cornhusker Highway, and was known by her friends and coworkers as polite, always caring and willing to do anything that was needed.
A day after the two persons of interest were named, a video emerged of two people claiming to be Trail and Boswell.