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Police report second surveillance video in Michigan abduction

May 1, 2013 at 4:55 PM

NORTON SHORES, Mich., May 1 (UPI) -- Police in Norton Shores, Mich., seeking a woman abducted from her job at a filling station, announced Wednesday they obtained a second surveillance video.

The video may help investigators fill in the time line of the events of April 26, when Jessica Heeringa, 25, was allegedly abducted from an Exxon Mobil station and store where she worked, Norton Shores Police Chief Dan Shaw said.

The first video was obtained from a tavern a mile away from the Exxon station, the Michigan news website Mlive.com reported, noting there is no available surveillance video from Heeringa's workplace.

Heeringa was working alone when she was allegedly abducted. Her purse, car and other belongings were found at the store, and there was no sign of a struggle, police said.

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