Jennifer Kesse Missing – Jennifer Joyce Kesse, an American lady who was born on May 20, 1981 and who was last seen in Orlando, Florida on January 23, 2006, has been reported missing since that day. Kesse’s vehicle was found parked around one mile away from her house not long after she went missing. The film from the security camera showed someone parking Kesse’s car and then walking away; however, the individual in the footage could not be recognized due to the low quality of the camera and the absence of any noticeable distinguishing physical traits.
The case garnered attention from both the local and national press. As of the year 2023, there have been no arrests made, and it is still unclear where Kesse is. Kesse attended the University of Central Florida in Orlando after completing his high school education at Vivian Gaither High School in Tampa, Florida. He earned a degree in finance from the university in 2003. for the time of her disappearance, she was employed as a financial manager for a company located in Ocoee called Central Florida Investments Timeshare Company, and she had just recently purchased a condominium in Orlando.
Kesse spent the last weekend before she went missing on a vacation with her boyfriend on the island of Saint Croix in the United States Virgin Islands. After arriving home on Sunday, she spent the night at the residence of her lover, and in the morning of Monday, January 23, 2006, she went to work without stopping for breakfast. On the evening of January 23, 2006, about six o’clock in the evening, Kesse was last seen leaving his place of employment. She had a phone conversation with her father at around 6:15 p.m. as she was driving home, and then she had a phone conversation with her boyfriend at approximately 10:00 p.m.
It was out of character for her to not call or text her lover before she left for work the next morning because she always did one of those things before heading out the door. When he called, his call was sent directly to her voicemail. Kesse’s company were concerned when she did not show up for work as scheduled, so they got in touch with her parents and asked them to make the two-hour journey to her location. The disappearance of Kesse’s automobile was brought to the attention of her parents, who investigated her residence but found nothing out of the usual there.
It appeared that she had washed, dressed, and gotten ready for work that morning, based on a number of clues, including a damp towel and clothing that were put out. That evening, Kesse’s loved ones and friends disseminated flyers about her disappearance, and the Orlando Police Department established search parties that utilized a variety of methods, including on foot, horseback, boat, helicopter, automobile, and all-terrain vehicle.