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NEWBERG, Ore. -- The search for missing Dundee mom Jennifer Huston was bolstered by help from a private helicopter and a plane Wednesday. On Wednesday night, police said they would continue aerial searches for Huston.

Huston, 38, disappeared after leaving home around 5:45 p.m. Thursday to run errands, according to a police timeline. Her husband reported her missing to police on Friday.

According to him, she appeared to be a little stressed out, and needed some time to clear her head and get away, said Capt. Jeff Kosmicki, with the Newberg-Dundee Police Department.

Huston was last seen driving a dark green, 1999 Lexus SUV with Oregon License number WXH 011.

The family announced Wednesday morning that a helicopter crew was joining in the search. The helicopter rental was paid for by donations.

A small airplane also took to the air on Wednesday for an aerial search donated by Jerry Trimble Helicopters.

No new information was discovered Wednesday, but police said they would continue aerial searches in Yamhill County Thursday and Friday.

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Meanwhile, Newberg Police have asked other law enforcement agencies for help searching rural areas and logging roads, Yamhill County Capt. Tim Svensen told KGW. Police met Wednesday to discuss how they could help during their usual patrols.

The plan today is to just kind of bring in as much resources as we can, to try and hit as many county roads as we can, Svenson said. We don't really have a specific location to go to, but we're going to do what we can to hit as many roads as we can today.

Anyone with information about Huston's whereabouts was urged to call police at 503-538-8321. The family has been providing updates on the Find Jennifer Huston Facebook page and many people have been tweeting about her as well.

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Ahuge outpouring of support through social media led friends, family members, and even strangers to start searching for Huston early this week.

A family spokesman told KGW that on Tuesday a handful of searchers went to the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge in Sherwood, Champoeg State Park in Newberg, and Bald Peak State Scenic Viewpoint outside of Hillsboro.

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