NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WOOD) - Norton Shores police continue to question people based upon tips from the public, but have not developed a suspect in the abduction of Jessica Heeringa.
Heeringa, 25, vanished from the Sternberg Road Exxon Mobil where she worked on Friday night. Police believe she was abducted by a person driving a gray or silver minivan -- possibly a Chrysler Town and Country.
They have continued to receive tips as more surveillance footage of the minivan was released Wednesday afternoon.
For instance, officers received tips Wednesday about a man who drives a silver van. At about 6 p.m., the man was pulled over and taken in for questioning.
"It is what we have been doing since Saturday," Norton Shores Police Chief Dan Shaw told 24 Hour News 8.
The man was taken to a second location and his minivan was impounded, but he was not arrested and he was released later Wednesday night.
"For this investigation it is normal," Shaw said.
He said several people have been similarly questioned over the course of four days, and the Wednesday interview was not significantly different than other interviews that did not result in an arrest.
The driver of the minivan seen in the surveillance images -- a possible suspect -- is described as a heavy-set, white man between 30 and 40 years old, and having broad shoulders, and light brown, wavy hair parted in the middle and longer on top. He may have also been wearing a bright red or orange sweatshirt.
If you have any information about Heeringa's disappearance or saw anything out of the ordinary, call Silent Observer at 231-72-CRIME (27463), 911 or the Norton Shores Police Department at 231.733.2691.
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