Jessica Heeringa was last seen working at a gas station in Norton Shores nearly two years ago. This weekend, her story will be told on an "Unsolved Mysteries" webisode. will air the webisode this weekend. The "Unsolved Mysteries" TV show has aired since 1987 and is now on the Lifetime Channel.

Heeringa was only 25-years-old when she was last seen working at the gas station on Sternberg Road in Norton Shores. Police determined that she was abducted near the end of her shift around 11:00pm that evening. A blood stain was found on the outside of the back door of the station and through DNA analysis, the blood was determined to be that of Jessica Heeringa.

Federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, along with family, friends, and community members have searched for Heeringa and investigated hundreds of tips and leads.

Nearly two years later, Heeringa remains missing.

Last May, Heeringa's family set up a new tip line. The reward for information that leads investigators to Jessica is up to $26,000.

The family tip line is 231-222-0278. Norton Shores Police are also still taking any tips and leads at 231-733-2691 or Silent Observer at 231-72-CRIME.

The Find Jessica Heeringa Facebook page has over 25,000 followers.