PORTLAND, Ore. -- A Southeast Portland woman who works at a Hillsboro retail store abruptly left her job last week and was last seen on surveillance video at a store on the Oregon coast.
Kelly Vincent, 51, was reported missing to the Portland Police Bureau on May 10 after having been out of contact with family members and her job for a few days. Vincent, family and friends said, suddenly and uncharacteristically left her job at the Sunset Fred Meyer store in Hillsboro early on May 7.
That same day, investigators were able to confirm it was Vincent who was in the surveillance video in a Lincoln City store. Police said she was alone and was conducting normal business.
Family members told police they think Vincent may be suffering from a medical condition, which might cause her to become endangered. She has been described as a "very reliable" person, who has a predictable pattern of daily activity.
Vincent, who is white, stands 5-foot-5 and weigh 170 pounds. She has reddish-brown, shoulder-length hair and blue eyes. Investigators said they think Vincent is driving a silver or grey, four-door, 2003 Ford Focus, with Oregon license plates 939 BQM, with possible damage to one of the side mirrors.
Anyone with information of where Vincent should call local police, who can check her welfare. Anyone with additional information about the case should call Detective Mike Weinstein with the Portland Police Bureau's Missing Persons Unit at 503-823-0446.