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Oregon woman missing since Thursday

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KHQ.COM - The small town of Dundee, OR is searching for a mother and wife who has been missing since Thursday.

Family and friends are searching for 38 year old Jennifer Huston who was last scene at a gas station located in the southern area of Portland.

Since then she has not contacted her family and police say there has been no credit card activity.

Her family says Huston is very schedule-oriented and this is uncharacteristic of her. She was complaining about headaches days before her disappearance.

"I'm a realist so I'm preparing for the worst, but hoping and praying for the best," Jennifer's husband, Kallen Huston said. "I think just getting prayer from people and the support we're getting we're getting, which is overwhelming, has been huge to keep me positive."

Jennifer Huston's father says there were no conflicts at home and that she would never leave her two sons.

Huston was wearing black yoga pants, black-and-pink Nike shoes and driving a dark-green 1999 Lexus LX with the license plate number WXH011.

Anyone with information about Huston’s whereabouts was asked to call Newberg-Dundee police at 503-538-8321.

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