(WFOX/KMOV/CNN) – A prime suspect in disappearance of a 34-year-old mother is a career criminal, according to Nassau County Sheriff’s Office.
The suspect, Kimberly Keesler, has been known by 18 different names in over 33 cities.
“It’s been 20 days. Our Joleen was taken from us and is presumed dead,” said Anne Johnson, mother of missing woman Joleen Cummings.
Investigators say they have found these aliases connected to date back to 1996. Police say Kessler is using the name Jennifer Sybert in Florida and has been living in her car in various areas.
“Law enforcement really hit the gold mine when it comes to evidence gathering in respect to where she’s been, what she’s been doing,” said Dale Carson, Law and Safety Expert.
Carson said detectives are looking for similar behavior patterns at other places where she has lived.
“What I’d be interested to know is, in the other cities where she was apparently living, were there people close to her who went missing?” said Carson.
Police are still searching for clues in the case of missing Joleen Cummings. Authorities said Kimberley Keesler and Cummings worked together at a Florida hair salon.