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JENNIFER KESSE, 24
Just two years after graduating from college, Jennifer Kesse was thrilled to have a job she loved and a beautiful condo in sunny Orlando, Florida. But that condo was the last place anyone would see or hear from Jennifer Kesse. In January 2006, Jennifer had just returned from a weekend trip to the Virgin Islands with her boyfriend. That night, she talked with her family, and with her boyfriend, who lived in South Florida, before going to bed. That's the last time anyone heard from her. The next morning, January 24th, when she didn't show up for work, her coworkers and family knew something was terribly wrong. Jennifer hadn't called anyone to let them know she'd be late, which was out of character. She also hadn't called her boyfriend; they always talked while they were driving to work in the mornings. Police believe she was abducted in her condo parking lot while leaving for work.
Neither Jennifer's condo nor her condo parking lot provided any clues to what happened that morning.
Police found no signs of a struggle in the parking lot or inside Jennifer's condo, and nothing was missing from her condo.
Jennifer had planned to mail a package on her way to work; that package has never turned up.
Several days after Jennifer vanished, her car was found a couple of miles from her condo, at another condo complex.
Surveillance video shows someone other than Jennifer parking the car and walking away. No one has been able to identify the person in the video.
Police found no signs of a struggle inside the car; police say neither the inside nor the outside of the car provided any clues.
Police have no possible suspects, except for the person captured in the grainy surveillance video.
There is a $15,000 reward for information leading to Jennifer and a $10,000 reward for information leading to a suspect
YOU CAN HELP
Orlando Police Department: 321-235-5300