Dundee, Ore. woman Jennifer Huston, the mother-of-two whose mysterious disappearance made national headlines, was found dead Tuesday in a rural area of her home state, police said, adding no foul play is suspected in the death.
The 38-year-old’s body was located in Sheridan, Ore., close by where her Lexus SUV had been parked, Newberg-Dundee police Capt. Jeff Kosmicki said. The point of recovery was about 25 miles southwest of her residence.
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"Thank you to everyone who has helped us search for Jennifer,” read a message posted to a “Find Jennifer Huston" Facebook page. “We are grieving at this time and ask that we be given privacy."
Officials had been searching for the woman since she was last seen running errands July 24, taking money out of an ATM, getting gas and purchasing trail mix, Gatorade and a small amount of sleeping pills at a Rite Aid store.
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Officials said they would not disclose the cause of death, pending further investigation.
Jennifer is survived by husband Kallen Huston and two boys, ages 6 and 2.