Missing National Guard soldier Found Sabrina Geller


From Wyoming Missing Person Group “Sabrina is no longer listed as Missing on the DCI public database. Please respect, friends and family and their privacy at this time.” Wyoming Missing Person Group

LARAMIE, WY – Concerns are mounting for the whereabouts of 21-year-old Sabrina Geller, a National Guard soldier who has been reported missing since Friday. The last confirmed sighting of Geller places her at The Ranger in Laramie, Wyoming. on Thursday February 8th. However, her car was discovered near Vedavoo on Sunday, February 11th, prompting an urgent search effort.

Guller is currently serving in the National Gaurd

Geller, described as 5’5″ tall and approximately 115 lbs, was last heard from on Friday evening when she sent a text message at 5:21 pm, the evening after leaving the Ranger. Her car was later found abandoned near Vedavoo on Sunday, deepening the mystery surrounding her disappearance.

Location her car was found in Vedauwoo and last known location the Ranger in Laramie, WY (Bing Maps)
Broader view of where she went missing, North of Denver (Bing Maps)

According to sources close to Geller, her phone was tracked to various locations in the Vedavoo area, but authorities have yet to locate her. The police have been alerted and are actively involved in the search operation. As helicopters and drones have been actively searching the area her car was found in.

N407LP conducting a search for Sabrina Early Monday (flight radar 24)

“We want to consider all possible options,” says a close friend of Geller. “If you were in the areas from Friday to Sunday morning and think you may have seen her or have any information, please reach out.”

The discovery of Geller’s car parked along Vedavoo road has raised serious concerns about her safety. Friends, family, and law enforcement officials are urging anyone with information about her whereabouts to come forward.

“If you see this sweet girl anywhere, or know of any possible whereabouts, please keep me or the police informed,” pleads a friend. “If you have any information, please contact the Albany County Sheriff 307-721-1814.”

As the search intensifies, the community is coming together to support efforts to find Sabrina Geller and ensure her safe return home. Any leads or information, no matter how small, could prove crucial in locating her and bringing her back to her loved ones.

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