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August 1, 2014 at 6:15 AM

Missing Oregon woman may be in the San Juan Islands

The Associated Press

FRIDAY HARBOR — An Oregon woman who has been missing more than a week may be in Washington’s San Juan Islands.

San Juan County Sheriff Rom Nou told KOMO that detectives in Oregon told him Jennifer Huston may be in the San Juans or on her way there.

Her family says she had spent time in the San Juans in the past. But with no specific information for a search, deputies are just watching for the 38-year-old woman and her car.

Huston, of Dundee, Ore., was last seen last July 24 and her husband reported her missing last Friday. Searchers have been looking for her in Yamhill County, Ore., and along the Willamette River.

Huston grew up in Tacoma and Gig Harbor and graduated from Gig Harbor High School.

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