Police still believe Jessica Heeringa is alive one month after her disappearance

Police have sorted through more than 2,000 tips after mother vanished from Norton Shores gas station

By Jay Kuhlman - Live In The D Producer
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NORTON SHORES, Mich. - One month after Jessica Heeringa disappeared from a west Michigan gas station, police believe the missing mother is still alive.

Police have sorted through more than 2,000 tips, but have not found the 25-year-old.

Norton Shores police Chief Dan Shaw said Friday that while the tips "have slowed down somewhat," some of them are high-priority tips that are worth checking out.

Heeringa disappeared April 26 before she was set to close the station in Norton Shores, near Muskegon. Police say there's no indication of a robbery. A task force is investigating.

Police have released a description of a silver minivan and a man seen in the area.

Tests done on droplets found at the gas station have come back positive for Heeringa's blood.

Police have released a description and composite sketch of a man suspected of kidnapping the gas station cashier.

He is a white male, about 6 feet tall, between 30 and 40 years old, with wavy hair parted in the middle.

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