UPDATE July 11, 2019 – An incident report obtained by the Post-Crescent stated that Jill and her daughter, Jordan went missing because they did not feel safe. Jill Rousseau told investigators that she was afraid and didn’t know whom to trust but was not fearful of Kelly Rousseau — her husband and Jordan’s father — at all.
UPDATE: June 20, 2019 – Jill and Jordan Rousseau have been located safe. The sheriff’s office found them after receiving a tip from the manager of a Madison hotel when Jill used her Wisconsin ID to check into a hotel, stated the husband/father of the two. Madison police stopped the SUV for a welfare check and confirmed the identities of Jill and Jordan.
Original Story: Jill Rousseau, 55, and her daughter, Jordan Rousseau, 21, from Dale, Wisconsin have been missing since June 16, 2019 from Outagamie County. They were last seen around 4 p.m. at Jill’s shop in Menasha.
The media is pointing out that the husband/father of the two have been interviewed and seems to have no connection to their disappearance.
The family is beginning searches. You can reach them here.
They may be driving a 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch with Wisconsin plates 650-PPM.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the women are asked to contact Sgt. Mike Fitzpatrick by phone at 920-832-5279 or by email at Mike.Fitzpatrick@outagamie.org.