Disappearance of TRACY MARIE KROH - Millersburg - Dauphin County, PA - 1989 - Do you know anything?

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Tracy Marie Kroh was last seen at the Alex Acres Trailer Park off Pennsylvania Route 147 in Halifax, Dauphin County at 10:00 p.m. on August 5, 1989. She was trying to visit her sister and brother-in-law who resided at the park, but they were not at home. She dropped off a barbecue grill and some grocery store coupons on their front steps.

 Tracy never arrived back at her family's house in Millersburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and has not been seen again. The trailer park is approximately seven miles west of her own home. She was not reported missing until the next day because her parents thought she had spent the night at her sister's home, as she often did. They called police after finding out Tracy was not at her sister's house.

 Tracy's blue-striped white 1971 Mercury Comet was located at the town square in Millersburg the following evening, August 6, 1989.  Her belongings were not inside the vehicle and there was no trace of Tracy.

 Parts of her wallet, including her driver's license and National Honor Society card, were found in December 1993, over four years after Tracy initially vanished. The wallet located in an area along Wiconisco Creek, off Rakers Mill Road in Washington Township, nine miles from Millersburg.

  Tracy was born on 04/16/1972 and was 17 years old when she was last seen. She was 5'0" and 90 lbs.

  Tracy does not have a history of running away from home. She left $300 behind in her bedroom and $400 in her bank account. She is described as a shy, studious teenager with no enemies; she was about to start her senior year at Halifax High School, and was a member of the National Honor Society.

  Tracy Marie Kroh has now been missing for 30 years.  Throughout that time, news articles have appeared that reported leads in the investigation about her disappearance.  And, while many people have been interviewed and many leads were given to authorities, no one has ever been arrested and charged.  Tracy has not been found, leading many to believe that she was the victim of foul play.

 Authorities believe that she was abducted, probably by someone she knew.

 Any persons with information relative to the disappearance of Tracy Marie Kroh are asked to contact the Troop H Criminal Investigation Assessment Unit at 717-671-7534 or you can call the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers if you have information on this crime, any serious crime, or wanted person, call the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers Toll Free at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (8477). 

All callers remain anonymous and could be eligible for a CASH REWARD.

All information is accurate as of Release Date.  

Media Release #2447

 

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Saturday, August 5, 1989

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