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Missing Ore. Mothers Family, Friends to Hold Vigil Tonight

If you see Jennifer, or her vehicle, police say to immediately call 9-1-1.

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If you see Jennifer Huston, or her vehicle, police say to immediately call 9-1-1. Photo's Courtesy: Find Jennifer Huston Facebook Page.

(NEWBERG, Ore. ) - Family and friends of 38-year-old Jennifer Huston are still searching into day five both on the ground, and are continuing one of the biggest online searches in recent history on social media, to try and find the Oregon mother of two who vanished without a trace last Thursday after she left the families home to run errands.

Salem-News.com has learned that family and friends will hold a special service tonight at Hillside Church, 611 N Main Street, in Newberg, tonight at 7:00 p.m. Pastor Zach Elliot will be facilitating this service, and the family and friends of Jennifer Huston wishes to thank him and the members of Hillside Church for their support during this painful time. The community is also invited to come to the service and pray for Jennifer's safe return.

As Salem-News.com was first to report, the family posted Sunday on the Find Jennifer Huston Facebook page, that they are offering a reward for information that bring Jennifer back home.

At a press conference on Monday, investigators say Huston was caught on surveillance video at a Newberg bank about 10 minutes before surveillance cameras again captured her at the Circle K - 76 gas station in Newberg, Ore. around 6:22 p.m.

Her cell phone has been turned off or deactivated, and so far nobody has used any of her credit cards police said.

Family members, friends, and even complete strangers have joined her Facebook page over the past few days in hopes someone will find or see Jennifer, or her vehicle.

They are posting flyers all around the Willamette Valley, in her home state of Washington, along the Oregon Coast, and even at truck stops and rest areas, hoping someone will see her, or the vehicle she was last seen in, a 1999 dark green Lexus 470 with Oregon license plate WXH 011.

Huston, a stay at home mom, of two boys ages 3 and 6, is described as white, average build, 5'7, should length blonde hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing black yoga pants with black and pink Nike running shoes.

If you see Jennifer, or her vehicle, police say to immediately call 9-1-1.

Jennifer's husband Kallen said, "We miss her very much, and me and my two boys really, really need her back home."

Surveillance video shows Huston purchasing gas Thursday and she appeared to be alone Newberg-Dundee Police Captain Jeff Kosmicki said. He added that as of this time, there is no known criminal nexus to this case, nor is there any known threat to the public. The case is being handled as a missing persons case.

A Twitter account has also been set-up at #FindJenniferHuston

If you see Jennifer, or her vehicle, call your local police department immediately, 911, or the Newberg-Dundee police at 503-538-8321.

Family members said Jennifer's actions would normally be to head for the Fred Meyer store in Newberg after she got fuel, or head for the Sherwood - Tualatin area.

Family members are also asking for donations to help offset the costs of finding Jennifer. You can make donations at: http://www.gofundme.com/c56wyk




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