Tracy Marie Kroh – August 5, 1989 – Millersburg, PA










Missing:  Tracy M. Kroh

Case:  Suspected Foul Play

Nickname:  None

Missing From:  Millersburg, Pennsylvania

Missing Date:  August 5, 1989

Race:  Caucasian     Sex:  Female

Age at Time Missing:  17 years old

Height:  4’10”

Weight:  82 lbs.

Hair Color Brown

Eye Color:  Green

Tattoos:  None

Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks:  Small mole on her chin, pierced ears.

Other:  Tracy was last seen wearing a blue and white shirt with large flower print, blue shorts, white canvas shoes (size 4.5-5), a small purse with thin straps and an image of a unicorn imprinted on the side. Her key ring featured an image of the cartoon character Roger Rabbit, also had a white gold class ring (class 1990, Halifax High School) with a white stone, had a Silver Timex Watch.

Police Agency:  Pennsylvania State Police, Corporal Rhoads or Ronald Amoriello (717) 362-8700

Case Number: H4-546253      NCMEC #:  730293     NamUs MP #:  2484

Circumstance:  Tracy Marie Kroh of Enterline was last seen at 10 p.m. on August. 5, 1989, at the Town Square in Millersburg, Pennsylvania, where her 1971 Mercury Comet with blue stripe, was found in the late afternoon of August 6, 1989. Police said she used a public telephone in Millersburg before her disappearance. She had stopped by her older sister’s house earlier, at the Alex Acres Trailer Park off of Pennsylvania Route 147 in the late afternoon. No one was home but Tracy delivered several items, leaving them on the porch. She was presumed headed to see a friend, whose parents lived a few blocks from the Millersburg square.  She left $300 in her bedroom and a $400 bank balance, leading police to conclude she had not run away.

Four years later, nine miles from the Millersburg square, a farmer in Washington Twp. found some of her personal belongings, including her driver’s license and a National Honor Society card, along Wiconisco Creek. Police searched the area but turned up nothing. Foul play is suspected.

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