New leads emerge in the Jodi Huisentruit case
Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of the disappearance of TV news anchor Jodi Huisentruit. The Minnesota native was abducted early in the morning of June 27th, 1995 while leaving for work at KIMT television in Mason City, Iowa.
The Fox 9 Investigators report on two new developments in the case. Two witnesses come forward with new details that might help police solve this mystery. One has information that for the first time makes a connection between Huisentruit and Tony Jackson, a convicted serial rapist, who was living in Mason City at the time of the woman's disappearance.
The other witness is a jogger who was running by Huisentruit's apartment complex at the time of the abduction who saw a mysterious car speeding away from the scene with its lights off. This information might also help police focus their investigation.