Missing woman with Rupert ties found alive
UPDATE: Two family members reached out to KMVT to say Heather Mounce Davison has been found alive and was being taken to a hospital.
Davison was found near where she went missing in Oregon. The family who contacted KMVT weren't sure of her condition soon after they received word she had been found alive.
The family members expressed how thankful they are and for everyone who's helped in the effort to located Davison.
KMVT is working on getting the details and will post them as soon as they are available.
Amie Pool tried to hold back her emotions as she recounted everything she knows about her cousin, Heather Anderson Mounce Davison's disappearance.
"She's my cousin; we grew up together," Pool said. "She's more like my sister."
Heather grew up in Rupert, Idaho, before relocating to Oregon.
"She got a good job opportunity a few years back and took it and she loved it there," Pool said.
According to local police, Davison was last seen at her home in Dallas, Oregon, on Saturday morning.
"They did find the car she was driving. They found her phone about 400 feet from the car," Pool said.
Formally Heather Mounce, Davison is 37-years-old.
She's 5-foot, 3-inches tall, has short dark hair, brown eyes and weighs about 140 pounds.
She's also a mother to two high school-aged children.
"We know she wouldn't have ever left her kids," Pool said.
According to family, Heather got remarried last Saturday to Denton Davison and had only been back from her honeymoon a day when she disappeared.
"As of right now there's really no leads," Pool said. "Nothing to go on.
Heather's parents and younger sister have returned to Oregon to help in the search.
"They went for the wedding, they came home, and then had to turn around and go back," Pool said.
The family is now asking everyone to get the word out by sharing Heather's photos on social media.
"Just get the word out," Pool said.
If you see anything you're urged to contact the Florence Police Department at 541-997-3515, or the Dallas Oregon Police Department at 503-623-2338.
"We just need her home, we need her home with her kids," Pool said. "They need her."
You can follow updates on Heather's case on the Facebook page Help us Find Heather, linked to the right.