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Worland Woman Missing and Endangered

The Washakie County Sheriff’s Office are looking for a missing Worland woman who was last known to be in the area of Nowater Trail, past the Worland Airport.

Breanna Mitchell, age 28, is 5’5″, 130lbs, has green eyes and brown hair.

She was reported missing Monday, July 24 at 9:16 a.m., but was last contacted on July 22nd after her vehicle had gotten stuck along the rugged terrain. Her last know GPS coordinates from her vehicle’s location are: N43.88408 W107.84982.

Multiple agencies have assisted in the search for the missing woman, who is believed to be traveling on foot with no shoes. Search and rescue sent out a helicopter July 25 around 5:30 p.m. and over 20 volunteers have been organized to assist in the search.

The bloodhound crew was sent out this morning, July 26 in the area where a boot and shirt were located, according to the Washakie County Sheriff’s Office.

“Keep in mind with these extremely hot temperatures the dog can only do so much. Thankfully he is willing to still try even though the conditions aren’t great for this type of K9 search,” said WCSO update. The agency is also following leads and talking to individuals.

“We are treating this as more than just a missing person. Just because we do not know exactly what happened yet.”

The vehicle was located by authorites on a two-track only two miles off of the trail, but Mitchell was not at her vehicle.

Her phone was able to be pinged, but Verizon claims the phone has been shut off.

If you have any information about Mitchell’s whereabouts or have seen or been in contact with her in the last 72 hours, please contact the Washakie County Sheriff’s Office at 307-347-2242.

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