MINNEAPOLIS — A University of Minnesota student and active member of the Hillel community has been reported missing. 

No one has reported any contact with Andrew Geller since 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, according to a Facebook post on Tuesday from Minnesota Hillel. 

Sergeant Jeff Stimac of the Plymouth Police Department confirmed that a call to report Geller missing was received on Monday. A public crime alert has since been posted for Geller's disappearance. 

Detective Molly Linch of Plymouth PD is the lead detective on this investigation. She said that the Geller family lives in Plymouth and reported the disappearance to their local police department.

The post says that Geller was last heard from while in Edina.

Dear Minnesota Hillel Community, We are writing to inform you that Andrew Geller, an active member of our community, has been reported missing. The last time anybody reported contact with him was...

Members of the Minnesota Hillel community say they are praying for Geller's safe return. 

Minnesota Hillel is a student organization that works to develop Jewish leadership. Its mission is to "enrich the lives of students so they may enrich the Jewish people and the greater Community."

Rachel Geller also posted on Facebook on Tuesday saying Andrew Geller is her cousin. She says he was last seen in the Minneapolis area.

The post says that Andrew was driving a blue Ford Fusion with the license plate 409KDB. 

If you have any information regarding Andrew Geller's whereabouts, please contact Plymouth Police, Heidi Geller at 763-381-2343 or a Hillel Staff Member at 612-379-4026. 

You can also contact your local police department with any information. 

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