Aubree Shanae Corona has been missing since July 15. The investigation is still ongoing. (Sublette County Sheriff's Office)

PINEDALE, WY — The official Search and Rescue mission has been suspended in the search for Aubree Corona, who went missing Saturday afternoon.

This morning, search and rescue operations on the Sublette County and Fremont County side of Union Pass have been suspended for missing Aubree Corona after the search yielded no leads. Search operations began Monday for Miss Corona, who has been missing since Saturday afternoon when she didn’t arrive back to camp with friends as planned.

During the search operations, Tip Top Search and Rescue members, as well as the contract helicopter, were deployed to the Union Pass area in an extensive search for Corona. Fremont County Search and Rescue deployed a similar response on their side of the pass in a coordinated search effort. An extensive grid search of the entire area between Green River Lakes and Dubois Wyoming were conducted over the last two days. As of Tuesday evening, the search of the entire area resulted in no signs of Corona or the vehicle she was reported to be in.

The last reported contact from Corona was mid-afternoon on Saturday when she made contact with her friends via text message. She reportedly informed them that she was lost on the wrong side of Union Pass and received directions from a logger in the area. Sublette County Sheriffs Office was able to contact the logger and confirm his contact with Corona. Corona stated in her text that she was getting fuel and food and headed back to Sublette County. During the course of the last few days, the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office received numerous tips from citizens who had seen her driving the vehicle on Saturday in the Union pass area. However, these sightings were early afternoon on Saturday and before her last text message to her friends at camp.

Sublette County has received an overwhelming response of volunteers willing to come help search. These offers are very appreciated. However, officials encourage people not to self-deploy in these situations as they can interfere with the detailed grid search and can result in secondary searches for those who aren’t familiar with the area and terrain. Sublette County thanks those who gave them valuable information to assist in the search.

Corona is still listed as a missing person. If you have any information about her whereabouts please contact the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office 307-367-4378.

Photo Courtesy of Tip Top Search and Rescue of Search members’ tracks during the search. This does not include efforts from SCSO and Fremont County Operations.
Corona’s missing person poster. Courtesy of Sublette County Sheriff’s Office.