May 9, 2013

Blood Found at Michigan Gas station where Jessica Heeringa was abducted/ Sketch released By Police

Police investigating the disappearance of Jessica Heeringa, the Michigan woman abducted in late April during her shift at a gas station, have said that the suspicious substance found at the scene where she vanished is her blood. 
'The substance has been confirmed as blood,' police said in a statement released today. 'Based on a subsequent DNA analysis, the blood has been confirmed to be from Jessica Lynn Heeringa.' 
Police said that there was only a small amount of blood located at the Norton Shores, Mich., Exxon gas station where Heeringa was working on a late shift. The 25-year-old mother of one was within moments of closing the station when she vanished. 
Help: Police described Heeringa as a white female, 5'1 tall, approximately 110 lbs., blond shoulder length hair, and blue eyes

Police have revealed that Jessica Heeringa's blood was found at the gas station where she disappeared
Heeringa's family has been notified that her blood was found at the scene, police said. 
Last Tuesday police released a second video in the hope that it will help lead to a breakthrough in the mystery of a mother who went missing on April 26.
The video, police say, more clearly shows traffic in the area, including a silver minivan that police have been in search of as they've continued trying to unravel this mystery.