http://new.khastv.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=20434&storytopic=4The Search continues for a Missing Omaha Woman
(3/27/2010) By Amy West - Rain poured in Omaha this morning but the wet weather was no barrier to family and friends of Jennifer Andersen. They spent the morning searching for any clue along the Missouri river that might lead to the 33–year–old–who grew up in Edgar.
Looking for comfort and closure Jennifer Andersen's friends and family band together.
“Well, we have a lot of hope it has been two and a half weeks since she has been missing but we still have a lot of hope;” said Josh Anderson, Jennifer’s Brother.
Hope that along the Missouri River, near where Jennifer's car was found, they will find some clue to point them in the right direction.
“There is a lot of walking trails around here. There is a lot of activity that goes on around here so her car was here in the middle of the night. If it was her that drove it here, you know, we do not have answers to any of those questions yet,” said Josh Anderson.
“We will all have posters out, we will be looking for any pieces of clothing and car keys anything that might give us any answers on where she might be,” said Kristal Baker, Private Investigator.
This is just one of many searches. Friday a sonar search over more than three miles of the river turned up nothing.
“We had someone search inside the river yesterday and also A–T–V's out looking. No solid leads have reached though,” said Kristal Baker.
Volunteers from around her hometown, old friends from college, coworkers, The Red Cross and a volunteer search and a rescue team from Hastings all hope that will change and they will find out what happened to Jennifer.
“She is just a wonderful person and an amazing person who has had a positive impact on so many different people. She has friends all over the United States and the least we could do was come out and spend the day searching,” said Molly Mayber, Jennifer’s College Friend.
“She is really energetic. Really bubbly personality, you would not forget her if you met her. She is really fun to be around. Very social,” said Josh Anderson.
Investigators said Jennifer's keys have not been recovered and instructed volunteers to keep an eye out for a ring with at least four keys.