SAN JUAN ISLANDS, Wash. – A couple reported a possible sighting of missing Dundee mom Jennifer Huston Thursday on a ferry headed to the San Juan Islands.
The couple was on the ferry headed to Friday Harbor on the popular island vacation spot when they said they saw a woman that looked like Huston along with an SUV that matched the description of her vehicle, including the cracked windshield, according to San Juan County Undersheriff Bruce Distler.
There were no sightings after that, Distler said.
The Washington State Ferries security office was reviewing tapes of the deck and cabin around the time of the possible sighting to see if they can confirm the report.
Deputies on the islands were also looking for Huston. According to Huston’s husband, the San Juans were one of her favorite places to visit.
She was not spotted during a previous search of the islands.
Huston disappeared after leaving home to run errands around 5:45 p.m. on July 24, according to a police timeline. Her husband Kallen Huston reported her missing the following day.
Timeline: Jennifer Huston case
Police said Kallen told them Jennifer left the house feeling stressed out and he tried to call her soon after but she didn't answer.
Huston's family told KGW they have been calling her cell phone every hour since then and the calls go to voicemail every time
She was last seen driving a dark-green 1999 Lexus SUV with Oregon License number WXH 011. The SUV reportedly has a soccer-ball-size U-shaped crack on the passenger side of the windshield.
Anyone with information about Huston's whereabouts was urged to call police at 503-538-8321.