Police hopeful that "America's Most Wanted" brings tips that lead to missing IU student

Bloomington Police held another news conference in the case of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer.

Saturday at 11:30am, Bloomington Police Captain Joe Qualters told local and national media that investigators hope the FOX program, "America's Most Wanted," helps them receive useful tips in the case.

Spierer has been missing since Friday, June 3rd.  She was last seen in the early morning hours of downtown Bloomington, after visiting with a friend.

"America's Most Wanted" will air a segment on Spierer tonight at 9 p.m. on FOX 59 WXIN.

Lauren Spierer is described as approximately 4' 11" with a slender build. She has blue eyes and blonde hair, longer than shoulder length. The 20-year-old had just finished her sophomore year at IU. Her mother, Charlene Spierer, said her daughter has a life-threatening heart condition called Long QT Syndrome. If anyone knows where Lauren is, they are asked to please take her to a hospital.

Captain Qualters says police are receiving additional surveillance videos from area businesses.  "That video is being analyzed.  We are also making another request for other businesses to let us know if they have video and we will pick it up," said Qualters.

So far police have 10 persons of interest in the case.  These are people who know Lauren.  But no one has been identified as a suspect.

Bloomington Police have set up a tip line: 812-339-4477

You can also email tips to: policetips@bloomington.in.gov