New video found of missing Oregon mom with South Sound ties before her disappearance

Police had new video Monday of a woman with South Sound ties missing from her Oregon home since last week.

Jennifer Huston, 38, of Dundee, Oregon, was last seen at a 76 gas station in nearby Newberg.

The Oregonian reported Monday that Newberg-Dundee police had video of Huston, alone, taking money out of a local bank about 6 p.m. Thursday, 10 minutes before heading to the gas station. Her cell phone stopped working soon after she left the gas station, police told reporters.

Huston graduated from Gig Harbor High School, and had lived in DuPont and Lakewood with husband Kallen Huston before the couple moved to Oregon about eight years ago, he told The News Tribune.

At a Monday press conference, he asked the public to watch for his wife’s car.

The couple has two sons, ages 2 and 6.

Huston was wearing black and pink Nike shoes and yoga pants when she was last seen, and is described as 5 foot 7 with shoulder-length blonde hair. The vehicle she was driving at the time is a dark green Lexus LX-470, license plate WXH-011.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911, or Detective Ryan Simmons at 503-538-8321.

A Facebook page dedicated to finding Huston, run by friends and family, reported Monday that a tip line had been set up by Wilsonville Police for the case. That phone number is 503-554-8954.

Related stories from Tacoma News Tribune