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aren't even sure if the person of interest is a man
or a woman. They're asking the public to focus less
on the person's clothes and more on the body style
or hair style. Police even canvassed salons asking
workers to pay attention.
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knows these clothes.
knows this man or woman.
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PM Tuesday January 24th
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Of Interest Photo Released In Missing Woman Case
ORLANDO, Fla. -- The family of Jennifer Kesse is
asking for volunteers to help search for their
daughter again Monday. Over the weekend, Orlando
police released a picture of a person of interest in
the case. At the same time, about 1,200 volunteers
searched for the missing Orlando woman.
The Kesse family is asking for more people to gather
at the Mall at Millenia to help them and detectives
search for Jennifer. Over the weekend, the family
was given new hope by a new clue, surveillance video
that captured the image of a person who may know
where Jennifer is.
Police aren't calling him a suspect, just saying
he's a person of interest. A surveillance camera
captured the image of the man walking near the spot
at the Huntington on the Green apartments on
Americana and Texas where Jennifer's car was left.
The video shows him the same day she disappeared.
"We are hoping that there would be somebody out
there that would maybe recognize the clothing or
something about it, or maybe just the time frame
when the picture was captured," said Barbara
Jones, Orlando Police Department.
Police want to talk the man. They'd like anyone who
thinks they know who the person is to call the
Central Florida Crimeline (800-423-TIPS). Jennifer
has been missing for almost two weeks now and this
is the most significant breakthrough in the case.
Her parents remain optimistic.
"It's baby steps that make things happen. The
car was great. Now we have someone who can hopefully
help us answer some questions to find
Jennifer," said Drew Kesse, Jennifer’s
The Kesse's spirits were boosted by more than 1,000
people who joined with them in the search over the
weekend. Volunteers scoured the areas around Kesse's
condo, the Mall at Millenia and the Huntington on
the Green apartments hoping to find any more clues.
Police won't say if they've gotten any more leads.
The Kesses are just hoping someone identifies the
man and that he can lead them to their daughter.
Jennifer's family has been handing out flyers with
her image on it. Monday, they will be bringing new
flyers with the man's image on them. If you have any
information, please call the Central Florida
Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS.