Update 6/5 12:54 am – Church members tell us that Cutler and her children have been found safe. In a mass text message, leaders say the family got lost when apple maps led them up Anderson Creek Road.
Update 10:50 pm – Close to 100 people have volunteered to help search at this time. As such, crews are saying no further volunteers are needed tonight. Those interested, can check in tomorrow. The main focus for SAR right now is trying to find Cameron’s car. They say they are not sending anyone to hike locations overnight.
Update 8:50 pm – Jackson County Sheriff’s office is meeting with several people involved in helping search near Ruch. We’re told this morning, Cutler asked several friends about participating in a hike before the heat of the day. When none of them could make it, she headed out alone with her three younger children. They say she told her husband she was considering hiking Tunnel Ridge Trail near Jacksonville and that she wanted to get back before the peak of the heat. When her oldest child got home from school, she wasn’t there and that’s when we’re told her husband was alerted. Authorities say they’re unsure if she actually went to Tunnel Ridge or another trail in the region. So far, her vehicle has not been located.
Update 8:41 pm – Jackson County Search and Rescue is on scene and an active search is underway. Again, if you have information on her whereabouts contact Search and Rescue or your local law enforcement office.
JACKSONVILLE, Ore. – In the rural surroundings near Jacksonville, friends say they and Jackson County Search and Rescue crews are working against dwindling daylight. They’re looking for Medford mother, Cameron Cutler. She was reported missing Tuesday along with her three children. A family friend says she told her husband Tuesday morning that they were going for a hike in Jacksonville. Dispatch confirmed there is a case. NBC5 News has a reporter headed to the scene.
The family says Cutler drives a silver colored Honda Odyssey, license plate: 752-JUY. Her last known reported location was near the 100 block of Upper Applegate Road. If you have any information on their whereabouts call 911.