Police release ‘aged progressed’ photo of missing Orlando woman
(Orlando Sentinel) ORLANDO, Fla. – Nearly nine years to the day Jennifer Kesse was reported missing, Orlando police released an “age progressed photo” that shows what she might look like if she were alive today.
Her disappearance on Jan. 24, 2006, drew nationwide attention with features on 48 Hours and Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren programs.
Kesse was last seen at her newly purchased condo at Mosiac at Millenia on Conroy Road in south Orlando. She was 24 at the time.
Police believe she was abducted. Her Chevy Malibu was recovered about a mile away.
“We ask for the public’s help in circulating this photo via social media in hopes of finding Jennifer and returning her to her family,” police said.
Despite more than a thousand tips that have come in, police have not been able to pinpoint what happened to her.
In 2012, Orlando police convened a panel of 19 experts took a fresh look at the case, but to no avail.
Police released surveillance video not long after she was reported missing of someone who may know about the disappearance, but it is grainy and it’s unclear if the person is a man or a woman.
Her parents, Jennifer and Drew Kesse, have devoted their lives to finding her.
They actively talk to detectives and even help take tips.
For months after she went missing, they stood at the intersection of John Young Parkway and Conroy Road at rush hour, waving their signs to the long line of drivers.
There’s also a website, findjenniferkesse.com, and a Facebook page called Help Find Missing Jennifer Kesse.
Anyone with information with Kesse’s whereabouts or what may have happened to her are asked to call the Crimeline at 1-800-423-8477.