The search for a married mother of two who went missing after refilling her car entered its fourth day on Monday after a fruitless search in Oregon over the weekend.
Jennifer Huston, 38, told her family that she was going out to run errands on Thursday, but didn't return after fueling up at a 76 gas station in Newberg, about 45 miles southwest of Portland.
"We're absolutely scared to death," her father Bill Turner told the Oregonian on Sunday.
Her cellphone has been turned off and her bank cards have been unused — except for the pitstop at the gas station — according to KATU. There was nothing suspicious in her recent email or Facebook messages either, her father told the station.
Huston is married to Kallen Huston and the couple lives in Dundee with their two sons, aged 2 and 6. Her father told the Oregonian that she's a stay-at-home mom.
She is 5 feet 7, has shoulder-length blond hair and was wearing yoga pants and black and pink Nike sneakers when she disappeared, according to a missing person flier her family posted on Facebook.
Newberg police said that, based on surveillance footage, Huston appeared to be alone in her green, 1999 Lexus LX-470 with Oregon plate WXH-011.