Woman mysteriously vanishes, auto and phone found miles away

Demi Helenius

A 23-year-old Rock Creek woman who was reported missing this past weekend was found safe in Roseburg. According to Sgt. David Thompson of Washington County Sheriff's Office, the event ended at around 10 p.m., but Helenius, who lives at home with her parents in Rock Creek, never came back.

After several attempts to reach her, a Dairy Queen worker picked up her phone at the Creswell fast food joint, which is about 120 miles from Portland, authorities said.

Helenius' auto was found in Cottage Grove nine miles south of Creswell on Monday. The Dairy Queen is about 130 miles south of the conference in Creswell, Oregon (center).

We were happy and relieved to find out Demi was found safe Tuesday evening.

'It is very out of sorts that she would leave and not contact us, ' her mother Melody Helenius told KGW.

The worker said that a customer turned in the phone to the drive-thru after discovering the device in the parking lot.

Detectives contacted this man, who said he saw someone throw the phone from a vehicle in the Dairy Queen parking lot.

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When the conference took a dinner break at 6pm, police say Helenius did not return.

Helenius, 23, went missing from a self-help conference in Portland Saturday night, police said.

We could not have found her without everyone's exhausted efforts.

Investigators say there were no signs of foul play after an initial examination of the vehicle.

She did not attend the conference today and has not contacted her family.

Detectives used surveillance video from the restaurant to identify the man. He is not considered a suspect.

ANyone who has seen Helenius or her auto, a black 2013 VW bug with or license plate 855-HNH, was asked to call police at 503-846-2500.