I have been reading about this case for a couple of days now. I just skipped to the end of this thread to post two possibilities about how the perpetrator got access to Jennifer: (1) Although it was January, the weather in Orlando was in the 70s/80s on the 23rd and 24th with a little bit of rain. When the weather is like that, some folks, including myself, open their windows. Another motive to open a window is to air out the apartment after others have used it. If the perpetrator got in through an open window, he could have entered while Jennifer was sleeping or while she was showering. In either case, he could have found and taken both phones to prevent Jennifer from making any calls. (2) If Jennifer planned to mail the phone that morning, she would've left for work earlier than usual. She could've gotten abducted at the place she was mailing it off. This would explain why nothing was amiss about the apartment and why nobody saw anything strange at the apartment building. Some other thoughts: The dog could have tracked Jennifer's scent back to the apartment. Obviously, her scent would have been strong in the car. A question: Do we know if the battery was actually taken out of the phone, as Blink on Crime reports?