Tuesday marks 28 years since the disappearance of Mason City, Iowa news anchor and Minnesota native Jodi Huisentruit

Tuesday marks 28 years since Mason City, Iowa news anchor and Long Prairie Minnesota native, 27-year-old Jodi Huisentruit went missing.  Huisentruit failed to show up to work at KIMT-TV in Mason City on June 27th, 1995 and hasn’t been seen since, with police believing she was abducted on her way to work.  Huisentruit was declared legally dead in 2001.  Caroline Lowe, a crime reporter for 34 years on WCCO TV in the Twin Cities and a member of a team of investigative journalists that founded the website findjodi.com spoke with KAUS News and talked about events leading up to Huisentruit’s disappearance…

Lowe went on to give a timeline of events on the day of Huisentruit’s disappearance on Tuesday, June 27th, 1995. ..

Mason City Police Chief Jeff Brinkley urges people with information to come forward:

If you have any information regarding Jodi’s disappearance, call the Mason City Police Department at 641-421-3636. Organizers of the website findjodi.com are asking people to leave a porch light on or light a candle the next few days in memory of Jodi.