Where is Jennifer Kesse? It has been eight years since the 24-year-old Orlando, Fla., woman went missing.

Kesse was last seen at work at about 6 p.m. on Jan. 23, 2006. She spoke to family and friends later that night, but did not show up for work the next day. Her employer called her phone, but it went directly to voicemail.

It is believed that Kesse was home on the morning of Jan. 24 due to evidence of her having showered recently. Her condo remains one of the biggest mysteries of the case, as there was no evidence of forced entry, and nothing appeared out of place.

Her briefcase, a cellphone and her brother’s friends cellphone, which she was supposed to return, were nowhere to be found. Her car wasn’t in her parking spot either.

Two days later, Kesse’s car was found at a nearby apartment complex. Surveillance video shows a “person of interest," believed to be male, dropping the car off. The person's face is obstructed by a fence.

A bloodhound tracked a scent at her car back to Kesse’s apartment complex, specifically her parking spot.

Investigators believe the car was wiped down, as they did not find substantial DNA. Valuables in the car, including a DVD, remain untouched.

Greta Van Susteren has been following this story since Kesse first went missing. Her special, one-hour feature details the case. Watch the clip above, and tune in Sunday, April 27 at 9p/12a ET to watch “Greta Investigates: The Mysterious Disappearance of Jennifer Kesse.”

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