Family: Bear hunter says he saw missing woman's car; debit card used in Portland, Seattle
Update from the Lane County Sheriff's Office on June 1: Sal Glynn has been spotted in the State of Washington, appears to be alone, and does not appear to be in distress. We are working with authorities in Washington to make contact with her to confirm that everything is OK.
ELMIRA, Ore. - The family of a missing Elmira woman says her car was spotted by a bear hunter Tuesday "whipping" down a gravel road - and that her debit card has been used in Portland and Seattle.
Sal Glynn was last seen Sunday at Horton Pond on Highway 36.
Glynn, 64, might be driving a 1999 gray BMW 740i, license plate WPN 322, with a large sticker in the back window that reads "Pray Big", her family said.
Her family says a bear hunter on the Siuslaw National Forest between Deadwood and Lobster Valley saw a gray BMW "whipping" down a gravel road. The hunter recalling wondering why the car was on backroads in a national forest, according to Glynn's family. The hunter did not see who was driving, or how many people were in the car, according to Glynn's family.
Glynn's family also says the missing woman's debit card was used in Portland and Seattle on Tuesday.
Her family says the sudden disappearance is out of character for Glynn, and they are concerned for her well-being.
Glynn is 5-foot-3 and 180 pounds with gray hair and brown eyes.
If you have any information about her whereabouts, you are asked to contact the Lane County Sheriff's Office at (541) 682-4150.