Body of missing Oregon mother Jennifer Huston found

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SHERIDAN, Ore. (KPTV) — The body of missing Dundee woman Jennifer Huston has been found off a remote road in Yamhill County.

A property owner found Huston’s SUV and reported it to authorities around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Yamhill County deputies responded and found the 1999 Lexus LX 470 that Huston was last seen driving.

Deputies did not locate Huston inside the SUV, but Newberg-Dundee police made a sweep of the area and found her body a short distance away.

There are no signs of foul play, according to detectives.

Huston’s disappearance made national news as search crews canvassed the community and beyond looking for her. Reported sightings came from as far away as California, the San Juan Islands and even Michigan.

Huston was last seen leaving her home at 5:45 p.m. July 24. Her husband said she was going to run errands and she was caught on surveillance video that evening outside a credit union, at a gas station and inside a Rite Aid in Newberg, just a few miles from her home.

The mother of two young boys never returned to her house.