Detectives also speak to several other men and women who were running in City Park at the time the teacher was last seen
New Orleans Police say detectives have spoken to the jogger they were seeking Friday in the case of missing teacher Terrilynn Monnette.
NOPD Lt. Chris Kalka told reporters Friday the jogger is shown in surveillance video jogging on Marconi Drive at Harrison Avenue a few minutes after Monnette passed that intersection in her car heading lakebound on Marconi.
Police also said in a statement Monday that within hours after putting out the message through the media that they wanted to talk to the jogger, they received 17 tips.
Detectives have also spoken to several other men and women who were running in City Park at that time and are working with the information they were given.
Monnette was last seen leaving Parlay's Bar on Harrison Avenue early on the morning of Saturday, March 2.
Kalka says investigators still have many interviews to conduct and are still canvassing neighborhoods.
"My detectives have interviewed half a dozen of what we consider aggressive sex offenders who live within a two-mile radius of Parlay's and her apartment," he said.