Missing Aloha mom found safe at Beaverton Fred Meyer

Missing Persons

Erin McClintock went missing after dropping her kids off at school on Oct. 21

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — An Aloha woman missing since Oct. 21 was found safe on Tuesday across the street from where her car was found, according to family members.

Erin McClintock, 40, was last seen dropping her sons off around 7:15 a.m. Monday, Oct. 21 at Aloha High School at SW 185th Avenue and SW Kinnaman Road.

Her 2011 red Kia Soul was spotted Thursday afternoon at a recreation complex in Beaverton.

Erin’s son, Zach, told KOIN 6 News his mom called his grandparents (Erin’s parents) on Tuesday and her ex-husband tracked the call then informed police.

Beaverton police said they met up with Erin in the parking lot of the Fred Meyer on SW Walker Road and 158th — across the street from where her car was found. Erin was healthy and told officers she left on her own accord.

Relatives said Erin’s ex-husband, Reed, picked her up.

“Use every resource, turn over every rock and whatever you do, don’t lose hope — hold onto it with a firm grip,” Reed said. “Really happy and grateful that she is back.”

Police said there is no criminal investigation.

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