Friends Of Mackenzie Lueck Thank Police, Push For Changes
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Friends of slain University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck have commended the Salt Lake City Police Department’s work on the homicide investigation.
They thanked the department during a city council meeting Tuesday night, and they also called for change when it comes to safety.
“I feel like I should still be out looking for her,” Ashley Fine said. “I just can’t even believe that this even happened. I think the tiredness is hitting now, but there’s still a lot left to be done.”
The group’s goal is to prevent something like this from happening again. They said they are in talks with North Salt Lake about cameras that don’t actually record, as was the case at the city’s Hatch Park, where Lueck was last seen alive.
Lueck’s friends said they will attend a city council meeting in North Salt Lake to discuss getting real cameras in place.
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