June 27th is always a difficult day for Jodi Huisentruit’s family, friends and former colleagues. It marks another year with no answers to what happened to Jodi.
This 27th anniversary of the disappearance of the young Iowa news anchor is especially poignant: Jodi has now been gone as many years as she was alive.
“We have our moments when we are very sad, bitter, and angry that this has happened to our ‘Little Sue,’ as we affectionately called her,” Jodi’s family said in a statement. “She had such a bright future ahead of her, and she should be here every day enjoying it.”
Jodi celebrated her 27th birthday just a few weeks before she was abducted on her way to anchor the morning news at KIMT-TV in Mason City, as she was getting into her car just outside her apartment building.
For the past 27 years, Jodi’s family has marked birthdays, holidays and other significant occasions with no sign of the Long Prairie, MN, native.
If you have any information about what happened to Jodi, don’t make her loved ones wait another year for answers, for justice.
As our FindJodi billboard says, “Don’t sit in silence. The time to talk is NOW!”
If you have information about Jodi’s case, you can reach the Mason City Police Department at (641) 421-3636. Or you can share information with the Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation (DCI) at (515) 725-6010 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also reach us anonymously at FindJodi: (970) 458-JODI (5634) or via email: Team@FindJodi.com
And you can also join us on our journey to find Jodi by posting our updated FindJodi flyer on your social media sites or in your community, if you live in northern Iowa or southern Minnesota. Please also listen to our FindJodi podcast for our continued search for answers to what happened to Jodi.
It’s time to bring Jodi home.