Missing Georgia Firefighters Found Dead After Ending ‘Toxic’ Relationship

Two Georgia firefighters who vanished shortly after calling it quits on their “toxic” relationship have been tragically found dead nearly 400 miles from home. This heartbreaking news was confirmed by both their families and the police.

The bodies of Raegan Anderson and Chandler Kuhbander, both 24 and former high school sweethearts, were discovered inside Anderson’s black 2017 Ford Focus in Cocke County, Tennessee, as per law enforcement in Hinesville, Georgia.

As of now, authorities have not provided additional details about how and why the two died.

Both Anderson and Kuhbander were dedicated firefighters at Liberty County Fire Services. They were last seen early on June 24, together in Anderson’s car, parked at a Crunch gym in Savannah.

“At 11:40 my son walks out of the building and he looks very comfortable, like he just had his workout,” Chandler Kuhbander’s mother shared with WJCL. “He doesn’t look rushed as he walks through the parking lot. After that, we don’t see him again.”

After dating through high school, Anderson and Kuhbander’s relationship became increasingly troubled. This led them to part ways recently, a split described as “toxic” by Chandler’s mother in an interview with CourtTV.

Two days before they disappeared, there had been an incident at an Olive Garden in Pooler, Georgia, where Anderson reportedly confronted Kuhbander while he was on a date. She allegedly keyed his car, leading to charges of second-degree criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct.

At around 10 a.m. on June 24, Chandler called his mother, expressing concern as Anderson was incessantly calling and threatening to harm herself. “And, it’s not the first time that she’s done it,” his mother revealed.

When police later checked Anderson’s home after the couple was reported missing, they found the door unlocked and a note indicating she might have intended to harm herself, as reported by WJCL.

Liberty County Fire Services shared their profound sadness over the loss of two dedicated members. “These two extremely dedicated employees put their hearts and souls into protecting and serving the citizens of Liberty County,” the department said in a heartfelt statement. “Our prayers, and those of the department, are with the families during this most difficult time.”

The investigation into the deaths of Raegan Anderson and Chandler Kuhbander remains ongoing.