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UPDATE: Police Find Missing Muskegon Woman's Blood Outside the Gas Station She Went Missing From

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Police have received test results from a suspicious substance found outside of the Exxon Mobil station where Jessica Heeringa went missing from last month.

The Michigan State Police Crime Lab has confirmed that the substance is Jessica's blood.

Police say there was only a small amount of blood found.

If you have any information about where Jessica might be, you can call (231) 733-2691 or (231) 72-CRIME.

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Police in Norton Shores are still searching for Jessica Heeringa.

They have released a sketch, as well as some surveillance video that they hope will help track down the man they believe took Jessica.

Click the image to the left of this story to get a better look at the man police are searching for.

She went missing Friday night from an Exxon Mobile gas station.

Police believe the suspect is driving a silver or gray Chrysler van.

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West Michigan police say they've ruled out several family members, friends and acquaintances in connection with the disappearance of a missing gas station clerk.

Jessica Heeringa was working at an Exxon Mobil gas station Friday night when she suddenly disappeared.

Norton Shores Police customers found the station open, but no employees around, so they called police.

Police spent the weekend tracking down additional leads after asking for clues in the disappearance.

There were no security cameras that captured anything that happened.

Anyone who has seen Jessica or knows where she might be is asked to call the Ottawa County Sheriff's Department right away.

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Police need help finding a missing woman from Muskegon.

Jessica Heeringa was supposed to be working at a gas station when customers found it vacant.

The 25-year-old disappeared late Friday night from the Exxon Mobile in Norton Shores.

Her purse was still in the gas station with money and no money was missing from the register.

She is 5'1" and about 110 pounds and has blonde hair about shoulder length with blue eyes.

She is known to wear wire rim glasses and may be wearing a blue collared shirt with an Exxon logo.

If you have any information please call this number 231-72-CRIME (231-722-7463).

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