West Michigan police say they've ruled out several family members, friends and acquaintances in connection with the disappearance of a 25-year-old gas station clerk.
Norton Shores Police Chief Daniel Shaw said Monday that those associated with Jessica Heeringa have been interviewed and investigators are "no longer really concerned with their activities from that night."
Police in the Muskegon suburb say customers found the Exxon Mobil gas station open Friday night but no employees around.
Police found Heeringa's purse with cash inside and other belongings undisturbed at the station. No money was missing from the register, they said.
Herringa has a son and is engaged.
"I just hope that she's OK and that she'll come home," said fiance Dakota Quail-Dyer. "We miss her, love her."
There are no surveillance cameras at the gas station, but police said they have a report of a silver minivan, possibly a Chrysler Town & Country, being seen in the area around the time Heeringa disappeared.
One man called 911 after driving up to the gas station and finding it unattended. He was shocked to find the station vacant because he said he goes there after work often, he told the dispatcher.
Police say the driver was a white man, age 30-40, about 6 feet tall, with center-parted light brown wavy hair.