Jennifer Kesse went missing nine years ago – and police hope that a newly-released, age-progressed photograph might bring to light fresh information in the suspected abduction.
Kesse’s parents are hoping she is still alive.
It’s called an an-aged progressed photo and it shows what Kesse might look like at age 33.
“In nine years, our minds have been in every imaginable thought and place, that most people not ever imagine,” mother Joyce Kesse said.
Police think the 24-year-old was abducted from her condo complex near the Mall at Millenia on Jan. 24, 2006.
The search for Jennifer Kesse made national headlines.
Now Police are hoping the new image will help possibly help solve their case.
They worked with an age-progression sketch artist from Miami.
They want the public aware that the case hasn’t been solved and say they thought the nine-year mark would be the right time to release the picture.
“We just need somebody who knows something, all these years later, just honest to God beg them,” Joyce Kesse said.
For Jennifer’s family, it’s been nine long years of sleepless nights, unanswered questions and constant worry.
“We love Jen. And we will never, ever stop loving her and hoping for that answer,” Joyce Kesse said.
Orlando Police said they’ll explore all of their missing person cases to see if an age-progression photo would be appropriate.
If you know anything that can help investigators find Kesse call Crimeline at (800) 423-TIPS (8477).