Now to a possible break in the case of a missing Oregon mother who vanished a week ago. A couple saw Jennifer Houston on a ferry in Washington state. Reporter: This morning, a new lead in the case of... See More
Now to a possible break in the case of a missing Oregon mother who vanished a week ago. A couple saw Jennifer Houston on a ferry in Washington state. Reporter: This morning, a new lead in the case of missing mono, Jennifer Huston. It's possible she made the nearly-300 mile drive to anacortes, near the Canadian border, hopping a ferry. If it was her, did she take off voluntarily. The couple who called it in described the car down to the crack in the windshield, leading authorities to pull and examine new surveillance footage. The tip itself gives us starting point. Reporter: The 38-year-old mother of two has been missing for more than a week after telling her husband she was running out to run errands. Bits and pieces have been stitched together through the surveillance video. Putting gas in the Lexus SUV, getting money from an atm, and buying a non-lethal dose of sleeping pills, Gatorade and trail mix. But no evidence of a crime and no solid tips until the ferry sighting. It's the first tip where they claim not only to have seen Jennifer, but the car. That was something we got excited about. Reporter: Wherever she is and whatever the reason, her family just wants her home. The boys need you. I need you. Wear going to continue to keep looking for you. We'll never stop. I love you. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Neil karlinski, ABC news, Seattle.
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