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7 Feb 2016
8 Feb 2016
Search suspended for missing Dundee mom
Law enforcement agencies have suspended their organized search for Jennifer Huston, the missing Dundee mother.
The Yamhill County Sheriff's Office ended its aerial search Friday morning after turning up no new leads.
According to the sheriff's office, law enforcement across Oregon are still searching for Huston and her vehicle during regular patrols of state highways, county roads, city streets, forest lands and recreational areas.
Other state law enforcement agencies are also aware of and looking for her. If specific information as to Jennifer's whereabouts is obtained, organized search efforts will resume.
Jennifer, 38 and the mother of two, was last seen filling her Lexus SUV at the Circle K gas station at 3101 Portland Rd. in Newberg. at 6:00 p.m. Thursday, July 24. She has not been seen since and her husband, Kallen Huston, says he knows of no reason why she would leave their two young children.
Its very uncharacteristic of her, shes a very regimented person, she sticks to a schedule, said Kallen, explaining she is very dedicated to their children.
Jennifer was last seen wearing black and pink Nike sneakers and black yoga pants. It is presumed she is with her car, a 1999 Lexus LX SUV with Oregon license plate WXH 011. She is five-foot-seven-inches tall, of average build, with shoulder-length blonde hair and blue eyes.