JACKSON, MO (KFVS) - A stack of Jacque Waller's business cards could turn out to be a key piece of evidence for investigators.
Investigators and several others said a woman spotted the cards on the ground in front of a row of mailboxes earlier this week. "They walked out to the mailbox, happened to look down and see it there," said Wilma Kallbrier, who lives on Lindsey Lane, right off Highway 177 near Proctor & Gamble.
"They (the business cards) were in a standard business card packet or holder that would be carried in someone's brief case or purse," said Cape Girardeau County Lt. David James.
Kallbrier said she's been to those mailboxes countless times since June 1, the last time anyone saw Jacque Waller. "It had to have been (placed there) recent," said Kallbrier.
"I don't know how long it was there," James said. "Very well may have been there since the first day, but might not have been. So, what does it mean? This was obviously hers, this is a significant find not sure what it tells us yet. There are multiple possibilities and now we're examining those possibilities."
It has locals on edge.
"If we see anything suspicious looking we notify the law, that's all we can do," said Kallbrier.
That's exactly what investigators say they need. Lt. James asks property owners to search their land, saying it would help investigators eliminate certain areas.
"If you see something disturbing that's not right, call us," said James. "I don't care if it results in 1,000 leads. We'll come out and inspect and see if it has anything to do with our case."