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Erin McClintock goes missing from Oregon after dropping her kids off at school FOUND

Update: Erin was seen at the Fred Meyer grocery store at 15995 SW Walker Rd. They found McClintock there and learned she had already called her family.

Erin McClintock, 40, is missing from Oregon. She was last seen on Monday, October 21, 2019 dropping her kids off at school at Aloha High School on Southwest 185th Avenue and Southwest Kinnaman Road in Beaverton, around 7:15 a.m.

On Thursday, her 2011 red Kia was found at the Howard M. Terpenning Recreation Complex in Beaverton, reports KOIN.

Reed McClintock, Erin’s ex-husband posted on social media, “We received a phone tip that her car was at THPRD on 158th in Beaverton; when three news sources were here interviewing us. We all left abruptly to the location. Currently the vehicle has been towed to forensics for obtaining any evidence or leads. At this time, we still do not know where she is. We are operating from the position that she is in the area. Albeit, there is a park and ride near by. We want to continue passing fliers especially in that area. Please continue to share the posts. We are going to be sharing several different photos of her.”

Erin never showed up for work in Hillsborough. Reportedly, she had her iPad with her that day but did not have her purse. Her cellphone has been turned off according to Reed.

Her son, Braden told KGW news that he felt something was off and she’d been acting strange lately, especially the day she went missing.

“She seemed a lot less talkative in the car. Even when me or my brother cracked a joke she wouldn’t laugh,” Braden said. “I had a feeling something was really off because she glared at me when I said, ‘Hi’ to her. And she gives off this presence that’s welcoming, happy and calming. But for the past week it was the exact opposite of that.”

McClintock is 5’5″ tall and 150 pounds with long blond hair and hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing jeans and a multi-colored hoodie.

If you see her, call the sheriff’s office at 503-629-0111.

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