Idaho officials still seeking help to find missing woman

Father offering $1,000 reward for information

TWIN FALLS, Idaho - (Update: Search for woman continues, father offers $1,000 reward for information)

The Twin Falls County, Idaho Sheriff's Office again requested the public's help Thursday in locating a missing and endangered person who may have been heading to Oregon.  

Keri Anne Jensen left her home in Twin Falls County on the morning of Nov. 29 and has not returned, the agency said.

Jensen was seen in Fairfield, Idaho on Dec. 1 and in Boise, Idaho on Dec. 5.

"She may possibly be traveling to Oregon, as she spent time in Lake County, Oregon, several years ago," sheriff's office spokeswoman Lori Stewart said in Thursday's update.

Jensen is 36 years old, 4-foot-11 and 85 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. She has a noticeable birthmark on the right side of her forehead and is known to wear a thick knitted head band low on her forehead.

She last was seen in Boise wearing olive green Carhartt pants, a black hoodie coat and a white head scarf. She may be driving her white, 4-door 2006 Hyundai Elantra sedan with a sun roof and Idaho license plates 2T AS187.

Officials said Jensen is very shy and uncomfortable around most people, and "is considered a vulnerable adult and endangered."

Jensen's father is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to her safe return to her home and family.

If you have any information or have seen Jensen, you are asked to contact the Twin Falls County emergency dispatch, SIRCOMM, at 208-735-1911 or the Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office at (208) 736-4135.

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