(CNN) — Jessica Heeringa, 25, was due to close the Michigan gas station where she was working alone as a cashier at 11:30 p.m. Friday. But at 11:15, police got a 911 call that the station was unmanned. When police responded, Heeringa was gone.
“Something very bad happened,” the police chief of Norton Shores, a community of 22,500 near Lake Michigan about 40 miles west of Grand Rapids, told CNN affiliate WOOD-TV.
“This was an abduction, not just a missing person,” Chief Daniel Shaw told the station.
“There was nothing disturbed inside the store. There was no sign of a struggle or a robbery had occurred,” Shaw told the station. Heeringa’s purse was left in the store, and her car was still there, WOOD reported.
Heeringa last served a customer about 10:50 p.m., police said.
“Between the time that last purchase was made and the time…
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