Missing Oregon woman found dead; no sign of foul play

PORTLAND, Ore. — Police have found the body of missing Oregon woman Jennifer Huston and say there is no evidence of foul play.

Capt. Jeff Kosmicki of the Newberg-Dundee police says investigators were notified Tuesday that Huston’s SUV was found on a country road near Sheridan, about 25 miles southwest of Huston’s home in Dundee.

Huston’s body was found a short distance from the vehicle.

The 38-year-old mother of two disappeared July 24. She was last seen that day withdrawing a small amount of money from an ATM, fueling her SUV and buying Gatorade, trail mix and what police described as a non-lethal amount of sleeping pills.

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