Oregon mom missing for days, family seeks clues

DUNDEE, Ore. – A 38-year-old stay-at-home mom from Dundee went missing Thursday afternoon, leaving no clues as to where she might be, and her family is hoping the public can help locate her.

Jennifer Huston was last seen at a Circle K gas station in Newberg around 6 p.m. Since then, she hasn't contacted her family and no credit card activity was recorded, police said.

Her father, Bill Turner, says there were no conflicts at home, and Huston would "never leave her boys. She is an amazing mom and woman."

Huston, who has two sons, age 3 and 6, is a "doting mother," according to her sister-in-law Liberty Knerr.

"She is one of the strongest, most loving mothers you'll ever meet," Knerr said.

Huston's cell phone has been off since Thursday night, and detectives have tried to ping her phone hourly with no response.

The family has been driving roads and checking parks and hotels Huston might be at with no luck, Knerr said.

Huston's family also started a Facebook page to get the word out.

Huston was wearing black yoga pants, black-and-pink Nike shoes and driving a dark-green 1999 Lexus LX with the license plate number WXH011.

Anyone with information about Huston's whereabouts was asked to call Newberg-Dundee police at 503-538-8321.


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