Jessica Heeringa, 25, was scheduled to close the Exxon station in North Shores, Michigan, where she was working alone late on Friday, April 26, 2013. She never closed, and has not been seen since. There were no security cameras at the gas station, so police are relying on the public for tips.
Shortly after his 18th birthday, Lee Cutler disappeared. He left a friend’s house after a sleepover and never arrived at work. A series of clues found after Lee vanished suggested that Lee may have gone off to live in the woods, or committed suicide, but despite several sightings, what happened to Lee remains a mystery.
A series of missing women’s cases has garnered national attention after the missing young would-be models were all found to have had profiles on modeling social networking sites.
Missing almost two weeks now, the search for Terrilynn Monette, a New Orleans second-grade teacher nominated for Teacher of the Year, continues, expanding to Bayous and ponds.
Lori Hacking was reported missing on July 19, 2004. According to her husband, Mark, she arose at about 5:30 a.m. and drove from her home in Salt Lake City to a local park where she liked to jog. Mark said he was expecting Lori, who was five weeks pregnant, to wake him upon her return. But Lori never came back and never showed up for work.
Carey Parker’s family noticed that the mother of three was missing in March of 1991. On the Facebook page dedicated to the missing young woman her sister explains that through one misunderstanding or another the family thought that a missing person report had been filed for Carey — but it had not.
Eight years ago, these two former lovers met for a date on busy South Street in Philadelphia — and disappeared without a trace.
Police and friends are searching for Los Angeles, Calif., woman Lacey Brooks, who has been missing since November 29, 2012. She was last seen leaving her father’s home in the Downey area of Los Angeles at 10:30 a.m., saying she was going for a walk. She left her cell phone, wallet and her dog behind.
College freshman Taylor Behl kept a Livejournal under the screenname tiabliaj — jailbait spelled backwards. The Internet was crucial in the investigation, and eventually, evidence left behind on social media led police to Taylor’s body, and her killer.
After a little digging and a little testing in Roseville, we still don’t know where Jimmy Hoffa is, but we’re pretty sure he’s not there..