Kesse was last heard from on his cell phone around 10 p.m. on January 24, 2006. At the time, she was at her home in Orlando, Florida, at the Mosaic Apartments, which are near the 3700 block of Conroy Road. No one has heard from her since.

People think Kesse got up and left for work around 8 a.m. the next morning, but she never made it there. Her last known whereabouts were in Ocoee, Florida, where she worked as a financial analyst at a timeshare. When she didn’t show up for work, her coworkers told her family, and her parents went into her flat.

There didn’t seem to be anything wrong, but Kesse was gone, along with her purse, cell phone, and 2004 black Chevrolet Malibu with the Florida licence plate number H90KYC. With this summary of the case are pictures of the car.

Unidentified Suspect

Her car was found in the parking lot of the Huntington on the Green apartment complex at Americana and Texas, less than a mile from where she lived, three days after she went missing. The car had been parked in the lot for several days, according to people who live in the complex.

Bloodhounds were able to follow Kesse’s scent from her car to her home. The car’s valuable DVD player had not been stolen, and there were no signs of a fight inside or outside of it.

After looking at surveillance tapes from the area where Kesse’s car was found, the police said they were looking for a person of interest in her disappearance. Someone unknown, about 5’3″ to 5’5″ tall, was seen parking Kesse’s car, getting out, and walking away.

This person is the main suspect in Kesse’s disappearance. Investigators haven’t been able to figure out if they are men or women. Along with this case summary, there is a picture of the person. His or her clothes looked like those worn by painters or people who do manual labour.

Kesse had said before she went missing that she thought her flat complex was unsafe. Before she went missing, she had only been living alone for a few months, and there weren’t many other people living in the complex because it was still being built.

Kesse said that some of the construction workers scared her. However, it has not been proven that any of them had anything to do with her disappearance. She was getting along well with her boyfriend, and they were on vacation together in the Virgin Islands the month she disappeared. Someone else could have done what she did, so he is not a suspect in her case.

Not showing up to work, not talking to her family, or leaving her cell phone off is not at all like Kesse. It has been off since she went missing. Also, neither of her credit cards nor her E-Pass have been used.

Kesse graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2003 with a degree in finance. The Alpha Delta Pi sorority was a part of her life while she was in school. Her case has still not been solved.

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