And her mom and dad then immediately headed over to her condo, two hours away from where they lived, and searched inside. “Everything was clean and in place,” they wrote on jenniferkesse.com. “She had obviously slept in her bed, taken a shower (wet towel and shower) and had a couple outfits on the bed she was choosing to wear.” Her car, though, was missing from its assigned parking space.
According to Kesse’s parents, “her tracks seemed to cease from when she left her condo for work, usually at around 7:30 to 7:45 a.m. each day.” They immediately informed the police as to their daughter’s disappearance and began to hand out missing person fliers. Then, two days later on January 26, a resident of an apartment complex close to Kesse’s called the police with some vital and unnerving information.