Authorities Search for Silver SUV in Case of Missing Jessica Heeringa in Norton Shores, Michigan … Sketch of Suspect Released


Authorities continue to search for missing Jessica Heeringa in Norton Shores, MI and a silver SUV that was caught on  surveillance video. 25 year old Jessica Heeringa, 25, went missing Friday night around 11:15 p.m. at the ExxonMobil station. Her purse and car were left behind; however,  Jessica Heeringa  vanished without a trace. As reported at MLive, a video clip taken from the Old Homestead Tavern, 4814 Grand Haven Road, picks up a  glimpse of a van traveling northbound on Grand Haven Road, away from the Exxon Mobil station in Norton Shores where police say Jessica Heeringa was abducted.

Red oval on this frame pulled off video surveillance from the Old Homestead Tavern. Police released the video surveillance footage. - Norton Shores Police

Authorities in Michigan released a surveillance video they say shows a silver SUV that may be connected to a missing mother who worked the late-night shift at an ExxonMobile gas station.

Jessica Heeringa, 25, disappeared Friday night around 11:15 p.m. at the ExxonMobil station where she worked in Norton Shores, near Muskegon. Her purse and car were left behind, and police were notified after a customer called 911 and said no employees were at the station, Fox 17 reports. There were no security cameras operating at the time of her disappearance, Norton Shores police say, and authorities are investigating the case as an abduction.

Police investigating the disappearance of Jessica Heeringa release a sketch of the man they are looking for.

Police investigating the disappearance of Jessica Heeringa have now released a sketch of the man they are looking for, while an eyewitness tells ABC News that another man who approached the gas station attendant the night she vanished was “being real flirty” with her.

An employee at a store adjacent to the gas station saw the 25-year-old mother there only hours before she vanished last Friday night. The witness watched a man in a silver minivan approach Heeringa when she was at a gas pump.

“He was just like, ‘Hey, what are you doing over here? Aren’t you supposed to be inside?’ Just kind of being real flirty, weird about it,” the witness told ABC News.

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  • Comments

    2 Responses to “Authorities Search for Silver SUV in Case of Missing Jessica Heeringa in Norton Shores, Michigan … Sketch of Suspect Released”

    1. A Texas Grandfather on April 30th, 2013 9:52 pm

      Exxon-Mobil can well afford a quality video system and an alarm system for their properties.

      I hope they find the young woman. Working alone that late is very dangerous for women.

    2. katts on May 1st, 2013 6:34 am

      The monsters among us.

      Two months ago a woman aquaintence opened a small clothing shop in a large sudivided house.

      She was rightly concerned about the male co-tenant who began a deli and travel agency, a man, I met, who displays erratic and extremely agressive behavior.

      Last weeek I did the research and found him and his brother suspects in the murder, an unprovoked beating death using a tree branch, of a gay homeless man.

      He nor his brother were prosecuted for lack of evidence. Both had 1980s convictions for drug (meth, cocaine) abuse.

      The negligent, clueless landord did no background check and allows his son to work for the man.

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