Search Warrant Sealed in Case of Missing Burgess Woman

Authorities are continuing to seek information regarding Claudine Jacquier Gifford, missing since July 6th.

The Rappahannock Record reports that the Lancaster County Commonwealth Attorney’s office sealed a search warrant that was executed on the residence of Todd Kessler as well as other family property. Commonwealth’s Attorney Kenny Kunkle reported that the warrant was sealed at the request of law enforcement to reduce exposure of information sensitive to the Claudine Jaquier Gifford investigation.

Kessler was with missing Burgess resident Claudine Jacquier Gifford July 6th at the Tiki bar at Pelican’s at the Point at Windmill Point, which is the last time she was seen. A later report released by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department seeks information regarding four men who may have assisted the missing woman into a silver Nissan SUV.

Anyone with information about the case or Gifford’s current location is asked to call the Lancaster
County Sheriff’s office at 462-5111 or Crime Solvers at 462-7463.