Extensive searches find no sign of missing Ore. mom

MCMINNVILLE, Ore. - It's been a week since 38-year-old Jennifer Huston of Dundee disappeared, and searchers are running out of leads.

Newberg-Dundee Police say searchers in the air and on the Willamette River looked without success Wednesday for an oil sheen that may have indicated a car in the water.

Searchers also checked roads around Gaston and Bald Peak, lookout spots, hiking trails, other bodies of water and anywhere else she may have gone to "get away," according to police.

None of the searches turned up any clues to Huston's whereabouts.

An air search is planned Thursday and Friday of central and West Yamhill County.

Police in all western states also have been asked to be on the lookout for Huston.

She was last seen last Thursday withdrawing a small amount of money from an ATM, fueling her SUV and buying a Gatorade, trail mix and a non-lethal amount of sleeping pills.

Her husband reported her missing Friday.

Huston's family insisted she would never intentionally vanish from contact.

There is no evidence of foul play, according to an official police statement.

Huston was driving a green 1999 Lexus SUV with Oregon license WXH-011. Police say there is a U-shaped crack in the windshield on the passenger side and a Yakima Ski Rack mounted on the roof.