The body of missing Oregon mother Jennifer Huston was found Tuesday morning near her SUV on a rural, remote road, police said. An area property owner discovered her dark green Lexus around 10:30 a.m., and police detectives who responded to the scene discovered her body nearby, according to Newberg-Dundee Police Department Capt. Chris Bolek. Bolek said there were no signs of foul play and no evidence to suggest that the public was in any danger.
Huston, 38, mysteriously vanished after leaving her Dundee, Oregon, home to run errands just before 6 p.m. on July 24. Huston's husband reported her missing. She was seen on surveillance footage entering a Rite-Aid pharmacy, where she purchased trail mix, Gatorade and a packet of sleeping pills, according to NBC affiliate KGW.
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