Unusual signs posted at gas station where clerk disappeared

It's been a week since Jessica Heeringa disappeared from her job the Exxon Mobil gas station on Sternberg Road in Norton Shores.
WZZM-TV
May 3, 2013

WZZM-TV spoke off-camera with the clerk who was filling in Friday night on what was Jessica's shift. The clerk said she's scared for her friend and overwhelmed at work — business has been busier than usual with many gawkers.

Signs were posted on the gas pumps which read, "Do not believe the reporters or papers! You are being video taped!"

The signs reference media reports that there were no surveillance cameras up when Jessica went missing.

Jessica's family members said they saw the owner hooking up a camera above the register the day after she went missing.

As for leads, police do not have anything solid yet, which is causing Jessica's family to lose a little more hope.

"It's been seven days, and at times it gets a little discouraging," said Diane Homrich, Jessica's grandmother.

It's to the point now, when Homrich is beginning to worry, no news will be good news.

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Comments

justsayin'

Classy move. The ink wasted on these signs should be used to help print the posters in an effort to help find Jessica.

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