Official search for missing Oregon mom called off: ‘If you can come home, please do so’
DUNDEE, Oregon — Authorities ended their official search for an Oregon mother who disappeared last week, KPTV reported.
Deputies did not find Jennifer Huston’s SUV during an aerial serach on Friday.
Her husband vowed to continue searching and asked the community to keep watching for Jennifer or her car.
“We need to find her car. That’s the key. That’s what detectives keep telling us,” said Kallen Huston. “Jennifer, if you can see this or hear this, I love you. You’ve got a ton of support from the community. If you can come home, please do so. The boys need you. I need you.”
Police have classified Jennifer Huston’s disappearance as a missing person case. They say there are no signs of criminal activity.
The stay-at-home mother left her home around July 24th leaving her two children with her husband.
Jennifer Huston’s cell phone remains off. It last pinged a cell tower in Newberg, not far from her home, according to KPTV.
While the active search is over, police continue to investigate tips and leads.
Huston is 5-foot-7 with blonde hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing black and pink Nike shoes and black yoga pants.
She drives a dark green 1999 Lexus LX 470 with Oregon plates WXH 011.
If you see Jennifer Huston or her vehicle, call 911. Any tips or leads should be referred to the Newberg-Dundee Police Department by calling 503-537-1246.