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Sheriff’s Office says “person of interest” in Powers case has become uncooperative, asks for public’s help

Jennifer Powers
HARVEST – It will be 12 years on Sunday since Madison County Sheriff investigators say Jennifer Fay Powers was the victim of homicide at 148 Granto Road in Harvest. The sheriff’s department is again asking for the public’s help in solving the case.
“The investigation has continued over the past 12 years with various leads and information being obtained,” stated a social media post from the MCSO Friday morning. “Despite the last 12 years, the Madison County Sheriff’s Office has not forgotten about Jennifer Powers. There is a person of interest in this case that has become uncooperative; however, our pursuit of justice continues to this day.”
Madison County investigators say they have utilized cadaver canines that indicated on the property where Jennifer Powers died. A search on the property and the adjoining property were unsuccessful in recovering the body of Powers.
“The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is asking for any information that will lead us to the whereabouts of Jennifer Powers’ body and further information that will assist in securing a conviction for the suspect(s) involved, so justice can be served and bring the much-needed closure for the family and friends of Jennifer Powers,” the sheriff’s office stated.

Anyone with any information about the death and/or whereabouts of Jennifer Powers is urged to contact Investigator Ken Andrews at (256) 533-8866 or by email krandrews@madisoncountyal.gov.

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