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July 30, 2014 at 10:49 AM

Police: Oregon woman vanished after buying snacks, pills

The Associated Press

MCMINNVILLE, Ore. — Investigators say a 38-year-old Dundee, Ore., woman vanished last week after withdrawing a small amount of money from an ATM, fueling her SUV and buying a Gatorade, trail mix and a non-lethal amount of sleeping pills.

Capt. Jeff Kosmicki of the Newburg-Dundee police said Tuesday the disappearance of 38-year-old Jennifer Huston is still considered a missing-person case, with no evidence of criminal activity or danger to the public. He says her husband, Kallen Huston, has passed a polygraph test.

The Yamhill Valley News-Register reports she left home late Thursday afternoon to run errands, and her husband reported her missing at 5 a.m. Friday.

Police say there’s been no cellphone or credit card activity, and it’s apparent from surveillance video at her stops that she was alone.

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