Brandy Neilson last seen in Nevada; her dog found wandering alone FOUND


Brandy Neilson
Brandy Neilson

Missing Person Nevada Brandy Neilson

Brandy has been located per her sister.

Brandy Neilson, aka B, was last heard from by her sister December 29, 2017 in Reno, Nevada.

Per the Finding Brandy Facebook page:

Brandy has been living homeless the last few years. Brandy would call her sister every few months and check in. The last time she spoke with Brandy was in December. At the time Brandy was in Reno, Nevada. Last week however Brandy’s dog who never leaves Brandy’s side was found wandering around in Las Vegas, Nevada. Now Brandy is missing and no one has seen or heard from her. Hospitals, and jails have been called. Now a missing police report has been filed. Did Brandy go to Vegas without telling anyone? Has something happen to Brandy? What happened that separated Brandy and her beloved dog? These are the questions that family and friends don’t have answers two. They are now reaching out hoping someone has seen Brandy!

Brandy Neilson
Brandy Neilson

Brandy has brown hair and brown eyes and is around 5’5″ tall and 160 pounds.  Tattoos: Tinkerbell is on her forearm, a Butterfly on the back of the neck, the name Kendall on her chest, and the name Brandi Lynn on her calf.
Piercings: Cupid piercing on her lip, as well as a septum piercing on her nose.

If you have seen Brandy or have any information regarding this case you are urged to call the Las Vegas Police Dept At 702-671-3900.

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