New evidence in Mackenzie Lueck murder case
Prosecutors in the Mackenzie Lueck murder case say they have new evidence to sift through.
A judge yesterday agreed to postpone a preliminary hearing for murder suspect Ayoola Ajayi that was scheduled for next week to give the prosecution more time to sort through it.
Court documents show that investigators recently interviewed two people in connection with the murder case, including a man renting the basement Airbnb in Ajayi's house.
Investigators believe the suspect killed Lueck in his home before burning her body in his backyard and disposing of her remains in Logan Canyon.