NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WOOD) - We've shown you the picture every day this week of a silver minivan, one of the few clues in the search for Jessica Heeringa.
The 25-year-old Muskegon County mother went missing late last Friday night. Heeringa was last seen at the Exxon Mobile gas station on Sternberg Road in Norton Shores on April 26. Since then, police have been searching for clues in her disappearance, but have not named any suspects.
Friday morning, Norton Shores Police Chief Dan Shaw released a still photo of surveillance video that captured a gray or silver minivan driving down Grand Haven Road that police believe to be connected to Heeringa's disappearance.
That photo came from surveillance video from Coin Zone, and Shaw said he hoped someone might recognize something familiar in it.
One of the few descriptive clues police have is that of a silver minivan.
Jeff Hillard knows minivans; he's the sales manager at a Chrysler and Dodge lot in Norton Shores. He says searching for a silver minivan is like searching for a needle in a haystack.
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