No struggle at house in Molly Tibbetts disappearance

Mollie Tibbetts' boyfriend, Dalton Jack's house FOX News

BROOKLYN, Iowa - A little more information is coming out in the disappearance of Mollie Tibbetts, specifically information about evidence, or the lack of evidence.  Mollie's boyfriend's brother says there was no sign of a struggle at the house where Mollie Tibbetts was dog-sitting for her boyfriend before she vanished.  

"She wouldn't let that happen, no."  Dalton Jack, Mollie's boyfriend tells Fox News in an exclusive interview with the brothers.  He says she would have fought back.

The 20-year-old University of Iowa student has been missing more than three weeks, now.  The reward fund for her safe return is now up to $313,000 a new record reward in Iowa according to Crime Stoppers.

Dalton Jack also says they tried to communicate with Mollie immediately after she disappeared, calling, texting, and emailing her, but there was no answer back.

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