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DeKalb Police investigating disappearance of woman who went missing from Druid Hills home
August 23, 2017
DeKalb Police are searching for a woman who went missing over the weekend.
Jenna Van Gelderen, 25, was last seen on Friday and her brother reported her missing on Aug. 20. She was house sitting for her parents who live near Emory University.
Her parents were in Canada at the time. Her brother told police that when he came to check on his sister on Saturday she wasn’t there but the TV and lights were on. A painting had been removed from a frame hanging on the living room wall, the police report says.
There was no sign of forced entry or a struggle. Her blue 2010 Mazda was also missing.
Family finds out woman who vanished from Druid Hills home is still missing
August 25, 2017
Jenna Van Gelderen is still missing.
Yesterday, her family reported that she had been found and is safe. But the family received bad information from DeKalb County Police, according to her brother.
“It sounds like they thought they had her last night and this morning they told us they made a mistake,” her brother said. “So we’re meeting with the detectives right now to figure out what actually happened.”
A spokesperson for DeKalb Police said there was no miscommunication.
“We never said that we found her,” the spokesperson said. “We are actively investigating.”
$10K offered for information about woman who went missing in Druid Hills
September 6, 2017
The family of Jenna Van Gelderen announces a $10,000 reward for information leading to her safe return.
Jenna, 25 years old, texted a friend at 2 a.m. on Saturday, August 19, to say she was laying down. It was the last time anyone has heard from her. Jenna has not used her phone, social media or credit cards since that time.
Jenna Van Gelderen has long dark brown hair, brown eyes, is 4-feet-11 and weighs 140 pounds. Her car is a dark blue, 2010 Mazda 6 sedan with Georgia tag PWH-5902.
People with information or tips about Jenna’s whereabouts are asked to contact the DeKalb County police at 770-724-7475 or to email [email protected] .
Jenna Van Gelderen’s Car Is Found in Georgia, but She Remains Missing
September 18, 2017
The DeKalb Police Department continues to investigate the case. The latest development was the discovery of Jenna's dark blue, 2010 Mazda 6 sedan 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, Leon [Van Gelderen] said.
The discovery was not made public by Jenna's family until late last week, nearly 10 days after the discovery.
Officials have not released what type of shape the vehicle was in, or what, if anything, they found inside. A spokesperson with the DeKalb Police Department had not returned Dateline's request for comment as of Monday afternoon.
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