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Gresham police released a timeline in the disappearance of Whitney Heichel, and hoped that anyone with information would call the tip line at (503) 618-2719.

6:45 a.m. Tuesday: Whitney Heichel left for work, which is about five minutes from her home. Her husband Clint said that was the last time he saw her.

7:00 a.m. Tuesday: Whitney failed to show up for work at the Starbucks on Northeast Burnside Street in Gresham.

9:14 a.m. Tuesday: Whitney's SUV pulled into a Shell service station on 257th and Stark, and her bank card was used.

10:00 a.m. Tuesday: Clint Heichel called 911 to report that his wife was missing.
Tuesday mid-morning: Whitney's debit card was reportedly used at two more gas stations and an ATM.

1 p.m. Tuesday: Whitney's vehicle, a 1999 black Ford Explorer with tinted taillights and Ore. license plate 189EJZ, was found outside the Walmart in Wood Village.

Wednesday: Police announced they would be focusing the search on Dodge Park and Larch Mountain, where they said Whitney's vehicle had been.

10:00 a.m. Thursday: Police revealed at a press conference they had recovered several items while searching Dodge Park and Larch Mountain. Her family also spoke.

5:00 p.m. Thursday: Children playing at an apartment complex at 701 257th Ave in Troutdale found Whitney Heichel's cell phone and turned it in to police.


Crews recover several items in search for Gresham woman

Interactive Map: Last known locations of Whitney Heichel's vehicle (click on map)

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