Video Recently Released in the Case of Missing Timeshare Company Worker, Jennifer Kesse
Saturday, June 2, 2007
This month, police investigators in the case of missing person Jennifer Kesse, released new evidence that they hope will lead to her return.
As previously reported on the Timeshare Owners Blog, despite more than a year of intensive search efforts, the whereabouts of Jennifer Kesse remain unknown. At the time of her disappearance, Kesse was believed to be en route to her job at Central Florida Investments, the corporation that owns Westgate Timeshare Resorts.
What is perhaps most frightening about Jennifer’s disappearance is that it did not happen in an isolated area or in the middle of the night. Investigators believe Jennifer was abducted as she left for work, or possibly shortly before. Jennifer lives in an upscale condominium she purchased only a few months prior to her disappearance. Across the busy four-lane street from the entrance to her home is Orlando’s Millennia Mall, home to Niemen Marcus, Louis Vitton, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, and other top retailers. Jennifer’s drive to work is relatively short, taking her along busy, heavily traveled roads. Tuesday, January 24, 2006 should have been uneventful for Jennifer Kesse.
Instead, some person or persons are responsible for the disappearance of a bright, attractive young woman, leaving few clues to aid law enforcement officials in finding her. Since the mid-May release of video showing someone driving Kesse’s car about the time of her disappearance, the police have received new leads and may actually be looking for someone they now classify as a suspect.
The reward for information leading to Jennifer Kesse’s safe return is $1 million.
Jennifer Kesse Tips
5389 S. Kirkman Rd.
Orlando, FL 32819
Again, I urge you to visit the website www.jenniferkesse.com. Study the photos of Jennifer and the evidence related to the suspect. Someone, somewhere has seen something that may help solve this case.
You-Tube video about the search for Jennifer Kesse.