Family of missing Buhl woman Keri Jensen speaks out

BUHL, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) Keri Anne Jensen was reported missing on Nov. 29.The family now speaks out hoping anyone can shine a light onto their uncertainty.

“You don’t know if she’s got food or she’s cold or her car might have broken down,” said Sheri Trowbridge, Keri’s mother. “She might be stranded in the mountain some place… You just don’t know, it’s terrible.”

Trowbridge said the last time she saw her daughter she was leaving from the house, she thought Keri was going to town. When Keri never returned she worried. She found a note in Keri’s bedroom.

“It said, "mom gone on vacation," that’s all it said, but it didn’t sound right,” Trowbridge said.

The 35-year-old was last seen in Fairfield, Idaho, she left a suitcase at a store with instructions to call the family.

“Her dad went to pick up the suitcase, and when he opened the suitcase he found her wallet and her license and her debit card everything was in there, and that’s why we're really worried, she has no money,” Trowbridge said.

Keri is 4-foot, 11-inches, with brown and hazel eyes. She’s known to wear a thick knitted head band low on her forehead. She owns a white, four door, 2006 Hyundai Elantra. The family says Keri is a very shy around most people.

The family has placed flyers anywhere they can. Keri’s father is offering a reward for information that leads to her safe return.

If you have information or have seen Keri, please contact dispatch, SIRCOMM at 208-735-1911

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