MASON CITY, Iowa (FOX 47) — Advocates for the disappearance of Jodi Huisentruit are hoping a new billboard will bring answers in the cold case.
The new “Find Jodi” sign is one that doesn’t go unnoticed on South Monroe Ave. in Mason City, Iowa. The billboard reads “Don’t sit in silence… The time to talk is now.”
There have been multiple billboards of Jodi in the area over the years.
Authorities say the morning news anchor was on her way to work at KIMT on June 27, 1995, when she never showed.
Since then, her body has never been found and there have been very few clues that point to a suspect.
Although it’s been almost 27 years since she was seemingly abducted, investigative journalists with the Find Jodi nonprofit say they’re going to keep these billboards up until she is found.
“We want whoever took Jodi, if they see that, I want them to know that you’re not getting away with it,” Caroline Lowe, Advocate and Investigative Journalist with Find Jodi said. “You may have so far, but we’re not giving up.”
The organization is also continually posting photos of Jodi on social media and hanging flyers across the world to hopefully help her family heal and bring Jodi home.
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