Nigerian Refugee Arrested in the Death of Missing Utah College Student


Salt Lake City police had been searching for MacKenzie Lueck for a week and half but they finally found her remains at the home of a Nigerian refugee, Ayoola Ajayi.

Neighbors told police that Ajayi was burning something in his backyard and police found the charred body after 11 days of searching. Ajayi and another person have been arrested in connection with the murder.  MacKenzie was dropped off at Hatch Park at 3 AM after arriving on a flight from Salt Lake City.

On her dating profile, she said that she preferred older men and she had been seeing a couple of men casually.

From The Gateway Pundit

Ajayi’s booking record in jail says he was born in Nigeria, reported Heavy.com:

There is a self-published book for sale on Amazon called “Forge Identity.” The author, Ayoola Ajayi, says in his bio: “Ayoola Ajayi was born and raised in Africa. He has been a salesman, an entrepreneur, and a writer. He has survived a tyrannical dictatorship, escaped a real life crime, traveled internationally, excelled professionally in several industries, and is currently curating a multi-platform advertising campaign for his debut novel, Forge Identity, a sample of which can be found on Kindle, Amazon, Facebook, and any current social media. He lives in salt lake.”

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The Salt Lake City Police Chief fought back tears as he spoke about notifying MacKenzie’s parents of their daughter’s horrific murder: