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Real Name: Jodi Sue Huisentruit
Nicknames: No known nicknames
Location: Mason City, Iowa
Date: June 27, 1995
Occupation: TV anchorwoman
Date of Birth: June 5, 1968
Height: 5' 4"
Weight: 115 lbs.
Marital Status: Single
Characteristics: Blonde hair, brown eyes
Details: Jodi Huisentruit was a beautiful, well-liked Mason City, Iowa TV anchorwoman who vanished on June 27, 1995. On the morning she disappeared, she was supposed to be at work around 4AM to anchor the morning news. She overslept and was awoken when a co-worker called her at home. Later in the morning when she still hadn't arrived at the station, the news director drove to her apartment and discovered some of her possessions scattered around her red Mazda Miata. It appeared that a struggle had taken place at it, and she was probably abducted. Hundreds of volunteers, the local police, and the FBI searched for her, but no trace of her was ever found. She had no known enemies and there was no other reason to suspect that she had been in any danger. Her case remains unsolved.
Suspects: Police have considered the theory that she might have been stalked by an obsessed fan and was later abducted and murdered by this person. However, no suspects have ever been identified. A white Ford van was seen around her apartment complex at the time she vanished, but it is unknown if it is related to her disappearance.
Extra Notes: This case first aired on the February 28, 1996 episode.
Results: Unsolved. In May 2001, Jodi was declared dead, but her body has never been recovered and her supposed killer has never been caught. In 2015, it was revealed that a witness came forward and linked Tony Jackson, a convicted serial rapist, to the abduction.
- Jodi Huisentruit on Unsolved.com
- Jodi Huisentruit on Wikipedia
- Jodi Huisentruit on The Doe Network
- 20th Anniversary of Jodi's disappearance
- New Leads in Jodi Huisentruit Case