Sunday, October 17, 2010

Missing: Jennifer Keese from Orlando, Florida

Jennifer Keese age 24 Missing from Orlando, Florida
Good Afternoon,
     Today I'm profiling the case of Jennifer Keese who has been missing for nearly 5 years now. She was kidnapped on January 24,2006. Her Black 2004 Chevy Malibu was found abandoned at Texas and Americana in Orlando, Florida.

The vehicle provided no clues as to what may have happened to Jennifer,like so many others she just seems to have dropped off the face of the earth!

Jennifer has a very loving family and many friends and all have become very disappointed in the handling of her case by the Orlando Police Department and their current lack of interest in continuing to search for her!
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This is a real and common problem when working missing person cases as once you've run out of leads an investigative entity or search team doesn't have a clue as to where to begin a search after any leads they may have had ended without finding the person they were searching for.

Personally I have seen in some cases of missing persons the lack of interest and caring by some authorities, and also the Race of a missing person will often affect how many days a search team will search and how many searchers will be available to search, and also if the missing person was of questionable moral fiber to  certain people in certain agencies,well that will have a bearing on the search as well! Sad but true!

The FBI is currently involved in this case and is conducting a total review of this case, however they are very tight lipped about giving any information out to the Keese family.

If you have any information in regards to this case you can contact the Keese family directly at the Keese family Tip Line at (407) 722-2162 or call Crime Line at 1 800  423-8477 or you may email me at andersonlomarca@gmail.com

As an advocate for missing persons I urge you to please pay close attention to the photographs posted with the profiles of these poor unfortunate people. Most have families that want them back dearly.

It is difficult to see the anguish and despair in the faces of the parents and other family members and friends of the victim.
 As I have stated in several of my posts and will continue to do so from time to time, is that "One Person" can make the difference in locating a missing person. Will that "one person" be you?

Thanks for reading my posts.

Sincerely,
Anderson Lomarca

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