Jenna Van Gelderen goes missing while petsitting

UPDATE 9/18/17 –  Jenna’s car was found on Sept. 5 parked along a road in northwest Atlanta.   A woman who had seen the information on Facebook recognized the car when she drove past, reports NBC News.

UPDATE 9/5/17 – A $10,000 reward is being offered for the safe return of Jenna.  The FBI has been called in to help with this case.


Jenna Van Gelderen, 25, from Atlanta, Georgia went missing on August 18, 2017 from her parents home on Oakdale Road in the Druid Hills neighborhood in Georgia.  She was petsitting her parent’s cat and when they came home she was gone. Her brother said that the lights were on and the TV but she was nowhere to be found.  He found Jenna’s shoes and cellphone charger and that was it.

Jenna is a Gwinnett Tech graduate and has a form of high-functioning autism and likes her routines, according to her parents.

Help find JennaVG Facebook page.

Jenna’s 2010 blue Mazda is also missing. It has noticeable scratches on it and a Georgia tag of PWH5902.

If you see her or locate her care, please call 911.


This is Jenna’s Car, plate no GA PWH-5902. Noticeable scratches on driver side, dent on top of the trunk, and missing cross bar on the front grille.

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