DUNDEE, Ore. Police have finished their official search for missing Dundee mom Jennifer Huston unless new information comes to light.
On Friday afternoon, Huston's husband pleaded for the public's help in finding his wife, and addressed her directly during a press conference.
Jennifer, if you can see or hear this, I love you, he said.
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.
On August 1, Yamhill County officials conducted a final aerial search for Huston, checking rural roads and remote locations.
A plane searched more than 150 square miles of Yamhill County for several hours Friday morning but found no sign of Huston, according to Captain Tim Svenson of Yamhill County police.
Svenson said aerial and ground searches have now come to a halt, and won't be resumed unless police receive new information.
After [Friday's] flight, the Yamhill County Sheriff's Office will have covered all rural areas of Yamhill County and no further search efforts are planned for Yamhill County, a spokesperson for the sheriff's office said. If additional information arises, search efforts will be resumed as necessary.
On Friday afternoon surrounded by friends and family wearing 'Find Jennifer Huston' T-shirts, Kallen Huston asked for the public to continue searching for his wife.
We really need your help, he said. I ask for everyone listening, please continue to look for Jennifer or her SUV.
In an emotional plea, Kallen Huston addressed his wife directly.
If you can come home, please do so. The boys need you. I need you, he said, his voice breaking. If you can't get away, we're going to keep looking for you. We'll never stop.
Huston was last seen driving a dark green, 1999 Lexus SUV with the Oregon license plate number WXH 011. Kallen said the SUV had a soccer-ball-size U-shaped crack on the passenger's side of the windshield and Yakima-brand ski racks on the roof.
Police told KGW Huston s picture has been distributed to all law enforcement agencies in the western states.
Anyone with information about Huston's whereabouts or the location of her SUV was asked to call their local police department.
KGW reporter Nina Mehlhaf contributed to this report.