Transcript for Husband Pleads for Help in Search for Missing Oregon Mom
Now we turn to the search for a missing Oregon mom who vanished five days ago while running some errands. Her family says she would never have left on her own and suspect foul play but police say there are still no leads. ABC's Neal Karlinsky has the story. Reporter: These pictures taken from a gas station surveillance camera show the last trace of 38-year-old wife and mother Jennifer Huston before police say she vanished. This is totally unlike her. This -- she's a devoted mother. Reporter: Huston's husband and family joined police in Oregon late Monday to plead for any help at all. I have the feeling maybe she's in a ditch somewhere, also I would ask that people maybe just look behind buildings. Reporter: Her husband says he last saw her Thursday night around 5:45 when she said she was heading out to run errands. Police say surveillance video puts her at this circle K gas station in Newburg, Oregon at 6:20 driving her family's dark green '99 Lexus SUV. Another video which they haven't released shows her getting what's described as a small amount of money from a nearby atm. But nothing since. No credit card activity and no pings to her cell phone. We're following up on leads as far as trying to get subpoenas for cell phone record, bank record, any kind of video that we're -- that could give us a direction. Reporter: Her mother tells ABC news Huston was in the midst of potty training one of her two young children and was utterly devoted to them. Something is not right. Somebody has to have her because she -- she wouldn't do this. Reporter: Police say they have no evidence of a crime so far and are treating this as a missing persons case. Huston's husband meanwhile, says he's struggling to keep the couple's two little boys from worrying about their mom. Right now mommy is on vacation. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Neal Karlinsky, ABC news, Seattle.
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