Thanks again for your patience. I apologize for the delay. Rich and I
are preparing letters for the Chief’s signature to thank those that
have helped over the past year. As we discussed before, Jennifer’s case
is still an active investigation. We have tried to balance the need to
publicly recognize the efforts of those that helped with the need to
actively investigate the case. With the one-year anniversary of her
disappearance approaching, we do not want to wait any longer to
recognize those efforts.
While the Chief’s letter will represent our appreciation as an
agency, I wanted to express my personal appreciation to you as well. I
cannot thank you enough for all of the amazing effort that Child Watch
put toward the search. The service you provided was an invaluable one,
and I will always be grateful for your help. As you know, without
Child Watch we could not have covered anywhere near the estimated 10
mile radius of search area. Not to mention the tens of thousands of
flyers that your volunteers distributed.
While it is my hope that we will never have to work together in that
capacity again, I know that I can rely on the assistance of Child Watch
should the need arise.
Please continue to keep Jennifer and her family in your thought and prayers.
SGT Roger Brennan
Orlando Police Department
Assault and Battery Unit
Office (407) 246-2927
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