Nebraska police named two people as persons of interest in the ongoing investigation into the disappearance of Lincoln resident Sydney Loofe.

The 24-year-old went missing Nov. 16 following a date with someone she met online.

Lincoln police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Aubrey Trail, 51, and 23-year-old Bailey Boswell, who they are calling as "persons of interest" in the case, according to a police news release obtained by People magazine.

Police did not mention how the two were connected to the case, but said that Trail and Boswell have “ties to multiple states.”

The 5-foot-7-inch blonde was reported missing after she didn't show up at the Menards showroom she worked at on 27th Street and Cornhusker Highway.

Her friend told police she had gone on a date with a woman she met online, and was planning to meet the date again on the day of her disappearance.

Since she disappeared, Loofe’s phone was turned off or died. The phone was last pinged at a cell phone tower near Wilber in the neighboring county of Saline, about 40 miles from her Lincoln apartment.

Police said that Trail is 6 feet tall and weighs 284 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes, while Boswell is 5-foot-8-inches and weighs 150 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes.

Loofe was last seen wearing a white Columbia-brand jacket and a cream-colored shirt.

Lincoln Police Department, Saline County Sheriff’s Office, Nebraska State Patrol, U.S. Marshals Service and FBI are conducting the search for Loofe.

"Our entire lives have been absolutely shook by her being gone and I mean we had Thanksgiving and to have an empty chair and to have one less conversation with someone it made the biggest impact," Loofe's cousin Paige Folkers said Tuesday, according to local media. Folkers also said the family was shocked about the new information.

"We obviously knew that there were people involved with the case but when you don't know any pictures, you don't know any names, you don't know what these people are about your imagination starts to take over," Folkers said.

Loofe's parents had earlier raised concerns that their daughter might have been kidnapped.

“We’ve had very few leads but haven’t lost our hope that she will return safely soon,” her mom Susie Loofe wrote on Facebook after her disappearance. Her parents, Susie and George Loofe of Neligh, said it's "extremely odd" their daughter had left her car at home in northeast Lincoln.

"She was planning on coming home that night," Susie said, according to local media reports.

Police said that people with information about Trail or Boswell, or Loofe’s whereabouts, should call 402-441-6000.