The case of Jennifer Kesse’s unsolved disappearance – and latest developments

[post_page_title]Not a robbery[/post_page_title]
The police were pretty confident that Jennifer’s disappearance was not in connection to a robbery. Her car was wiped for prints and evidence, and it was clear that there were valuables in the car that this person of interest chose to ignore.

Not a robbery

The circumstances were strange, but that little evidence there was seemed to point to Jennifer being taken or harmed because the person was interested in her, not her stuff. A latent print was taken from the car, meaning the person it belonged to wasn’t on the database.

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