Spierers say PI found new information regarding daughter's disappearance

The Spierers said there are new developments in the case that could soon be released.

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New information has surfaced regarding the disappearance of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer.  

As Hanukkah begins, Lauren’s family returned home for the holiday season.

WNYW in New York interviewed Lauren’s parents, who said the holidays have been very emotional for them.  The Spierer’s said there are new developments in the case that could soon be released.

Lauren went missing on June 3 after a night out with friends.  Bloomington police have named several persons of interest in the case. However, there have been no suspects named in connection to Lauren’s disappearance.

The Spierers hired private investigator Bo Dietl to further investigate. When asked if their private investigator found out anything the police did not, the Spierer’s replied ‘yes.’  

Fox59 spoke with Dietl on the phone and asked when the public will learn the new information he has uncovered. He was not willing to give us a time table.  

Lauren’s parents told WNYW they have received little cooperation from the persons of interest in the case.  The Spierers also commented on how reluctant some of the persons of interests were in taking a polygraph test.

Corey Rossman, a person of interest in the case, issued a statement through his lawyer:

“I pray for them every night. I feel sorry for them. I want to help them find Lauren.  (As far as a polygraph), I’m not going to let them to bait me into commenting.”




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