Jennifer Kesse's family holds out hope for possible DNA evidence.
Jennifer Kesse's family is holding out hope potential DNA evidence might some day help investigators solve her 2006 disappearance.
Kesse vanished from her Orlando, Florida, condo Jan. 24, 2006, when she was 24 years old. She had placed several outfit choices on her bed that morning for work before leaving her new condo located within a complex called Mosaic at Millenia, her uncle Bill Gilmour told Fox News Digital at CrimeCon 2023.
Missing woman's uncle slams cops for ignoring huge clue as chilling link emerges
Jennifer, who disappeared in Orlando in January 2006, has never been found despite a continuing, desperate search by her family, who will never give up hope.
They have battled with law enforcement in the years since her disappearance, which included settling a lawsuit against the Orlando Police Department to release all the records on file.
Jennifer Kesse, 24, Disappears, Clothes Out for Work & Shower Damp. WHERE'S JENNIFER?
When Jennifer Kesse didn't show up for work, everyone who knew the 24-year-old recognized there was trouble. Kesse was a responsible, habitual person. Not only was Jennifer missing, but so was her car. It's found two days later, parked in an apartment complex over a mile from her home.
Now, her uncle, Bill Gilmour, describes the restless nights since then and his emotional journey to find peace in a new book.