A local realtor who is said to have gone missing on Monday evening has been located.
Guam Police confirm that 33-year-old Brandy Teague was located this morning (Thursday) just before 11am. GPD Spokesperson, Sgt. Paul Tapao told PNC News that Teague was in “good health” when she was found.
Tapao could not disclose where she was located.
While details regarding her disappearance are not being released, Tapao said a family member reported Teague missing Wednesday afternoon around 12pm with the Guam Police Department.
A family friend indicated that there had been no contact with Teague since Monday evening.
The source also shared that Teague was showing a home and her cellphone’s “last location” was identified to be the location of that showing.
No further information was provided however, an investigation is also being conducted by NCIS, along with GPD.
Teague is a mother of three boys and a military dependent. She is employed with Welcome Home Realty, as confirmed by the company’s Principal Broker.
Welcome Home Realty issued this statement after Teague was located:
Our Welcome Home Realty family was shaken this week with the news of one of our own team members missing. We want to thank our entire Island community for your support, prayers, kindness and empathy during this time. We are grateful to let our community know that Brandy has been found and is safe.
At this time, we hope you will understand the need for privacy and discretion for her family. As details arise the media and news will publish them.
We at WHR remain vigilant in our processes to protect and safeguard all of our team members. We are thankful for the watchful community of the Guam REALTOR®️Association that also employ these measures, ensuring Guam real estate remains a safe and collaborative venture for all.