PORTLAND, Ore. — Police in Yamhill County say they consider the disappearance of a Dundee woman a missing person case, and there's no evidence so far of a crime or a threat to the public.
Jennifer Huston of Dundee went missing Thursday after visiting an ATM, withdrawing a small amount of cash, and buying gasoline at a station in nearby Newberg. Her credit cards and mobile phone haven't been used since then.
The Newberg-Dundee police held a press conference with Huston’s family to discuss the investigation.
An emotional Kallen Huston asked the public to look alongside roads for any shrubs out of place possibly caused by his wife’s green Lexus SUV going off the road.
“I have a feeling maybe she’s in a ditch somewhere," Kallen Huston said.
"We’ve exercised every option that we can think of right now."
Huston is 38, married and the mother of boys ages 3 and 6.
Police said they’re focusing on Huston’s phone and bank records, but are still waiting for subpoenas to come through that would allow them access.
Kallen Huston said he’s been focusing on the headache his wife had for three days before she disappeared.
“For anybody to have a headache for three days – it’s not normal,” he said. “It certainly wasn’t normal for her.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.