NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WOOD) - Norton Shores Police Chief Dan Shaw told 24 Hour News 8 on Tuesday that his department was still receiving tips in the Jessica Heeringa abduction case.
Shaw said that while there have been no new developments in the case, his department is still getting about 10 to 15 tips per week.
Of those tips, a few each week were classified as "high-priority" tips, Shaw said.
Shaw's department has been investigating the 25-year-old's disappearance since April 26, when she was last seen at the Exxon Mobile gas station on Sternberg Road where she worked.
However, nearly two months after she disappeared, police still do not have a suspect in her abduction.
If you have any information about Heeringa's disappearance or have seen anything suspicious, call Silent Observer at 231.72.CRIME (27463), 911 or the Norton Shores Police Department at 231.733.2691.
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