Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Help Bring Home Jennifer Kesse

Over the past year or so, I have gotten to know Jennifer Kesse's aunt, Lynn. She works out at the same gym that I do. Over the course of that time, I have seen the abducted sign on the side of her SUV. Today, I asked Lynn if she would mind that I would add my voice to the search.

With Lynn's OK, I wanted to add my blog post to help bring more attention to the effort to find Jennifer Kesse and bring her home to her family. Lynn gave me a number of her business cards. I have scanned one and added it here.

Jennifer Kesse Abducted January 24, 2006, Orlando, FL
Jennifer Kesse Abducted January 24, 2006, Orlando, FL
www.FindJenniferKesse.com
It has been over 8 years that Jennifer has been missing. There was a surveillance tape that caught a person of interest. Somebody knows something! Please take a look at the video.


There has been some discussion that some illegal migrant construction workers were in the location where Jennifer Kesse went missing. And, that Jennifer Kesse had been feeling uneasy about some of those workers before she disappeared. It seems the police were in disagreement about releasing the video after the abduction. The condos were being converted and some of those illegals were staying in some of the units being converted. Could that be why a suspect hasn't been caught? Maybe the suspect has returned to Mexico?

It is very likely that the suspect could still be working construction and moving around. Take a look at the Spanish flyer which has a photo from the surveillance video.

Jennifer Kesse Abducted January 24, 2006, Orlando, FL
Jennifer Kesse Abducted January 24, 2006, Orlando, FL
www.FindJenniferKesse.com
You can find lots of information on this missing person by Googling her name. A lot of people have been involved and lending their support to helping to find her. Her aunt told me that the family feels Jennifer will come home. Let's help to bring her home to her family.

Jennifer Kesse Abducted January 24, 2006, Orlando, FL
Jennifer Kesse Abducted January 24, 2006, Orlando, FL
www.FindJenniferKesse.com
Here is a tattoo of a four-leaf clover that Jennifer has - do you remember seeing a young woman with that tattoo?

four leaf clover tattoo of Jennifer Kesse Abducted January 24, 2006, Orlando, FL
Jennifer Kesse Abducted January 24, 2006, Orlando, FL
www.FindJenniferKesse.com
HELP BRING HOME JENNIFER KESSE

Jennifer Kesse was abducted on January 24, 2006 in Orlando, Florida. She was 24 years of age at the time of the abduction. She is a striking young woman who stands 5'8" in height, weighs 125 lbs., and has shoulder length, sandy blonde hair.

A reward is being offered for information leading to her return. If you have any information to share, you can call the Crime Line at 1-800-423-TIPS. Or, you can call the FBI at 1-866-838-1153.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT JENNIFER KESSE

Jennifer Kesse Website - jenniferkesse.com: Get the official word from the family.
Jennifer Kesse on Scared Monkeys: A discussion about Greta Van Susteren’s ‘On The Record’ one hour special on Jennifer.

2 comments:

  1. drew kesse (jenns dad)7:39 AM

    Thank you jaguar Julie for helping us with Awareness for our Daughter, Jennifer Kesse, taken from her Orlando home 1/24/06 still missing. Jennifer turns 33 yrs old on May 20th, we will celebrate her birthday without her for the 9th year on that date. Awareness is key and you have helped in that matter now and we thank you. Regular Citizens find missing people, they are the key and with a sharp eye or a keen ear one never knows what they may see or hear about Jennifer. Reward money remains for the taking and we have great hope of bringing Jennifer home soon.
    Again thank you for your help via this blog, together we will find her.
    Drew & Joyce Kesse

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  2. Hello Drew and Joyce, I am so glad you found my blog post -- I hadn't gotten the chance to tell Lynn the url as I just posted this yesterday afternoon! Lynn was telling me yesterday that Jennifer's birthday was coming up soon. Somebody knows something ... that person of interest is still out there; God forbid this has happened to another young girl. We need to resolve this and bring home Jennifer. Thank you too. My heart goes out to you. --Julie

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