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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The parents of missing IU student Lauren Spierer say they're frustrated over what police aren't getting from four boys who last saw their daughter.
Spierer disappeared six and a half months ago, after she went out partying with friends in Bloomington.
Her parents say, of the four boys who were with Lauren, only one has spoken to the Spierer family, none has taken a police polygraph and one won't even talk to police.
"He claims he blacked out and lost his memory. (And you don't believe him?) I think it's certainly a position of convenience and not challengeable. What I would like is for him to take a police polygraph. I find it hard to believe that he maintains he doesn't remember anything," says Lauren's father, Robert Spierer.
The Spierers are making their first extended trip back to New York since their daughter vanished.