(WXYZ) - A $15,000 reward is now being offered in case of missing mom and gas station clerk Jessica Heeringa.
Heeringa's mother took to the streets to pass out flyers yesterday. While doing so she stopped at two businesses who have helped in the investigation. They gave police surveillance video of what they believed to be the suspect's vehicle.
Heeringa's mom is hoping the surveillance video and police sketch will help bring her daughter home.
Twenty-five-year-old Heeringa went missing late Friday night while working as an Exxon mobile clerk in Norton Shores, near Muskegon.
Police are treating it as a kidnapping after finding the gas station unlocked and Heeringa's keys and purse left behind.
Police say they arrested a man in a silver minivan for questioning Wednesday evening. They have since released him. Police say he is not a suspect.
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