NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WOOD) - The task force investigating the disappearance of Jessica Heeringa hopes to get Michigan State Police profilers to review the case.
Heeringa vanished April 26 from the Sternberg Road Exxon Mobil where she works. Police say the 25-year-old mother was abducted and a task force has been searching for her ever since. After more than two weeks, there is still not a suspect.
Norton Shores Police Chief Dan Shaw told 24 Hour News 8 in a Sunday email that the task force will start off Monday by reviewing status and talking about objectives for the upcoming week. They will continue to track tips.
The task force is working to bring in MSP behavioral analysts -- profilers -- to review the case, Shaw said.
Last week, Shaw said the team was awaiting a profile from the FBI.
Authorities have been looking for a silver minivan and its driver in connection to the case and are asking for the public's help. Anyone with information is asked to call Silent Observer at 231-72-CRIME (27463) or Norton Shores Police at 231-733-2691.
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