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Urgent Appeal: 16-Year-Old Allison Pry Missing in Bally, Pennsylvania

Photos and information obtained from Missing People In America

The Bally Police Department urgently requests public assistance in locating Allison Pry, a 16-year-old who has been reported missing since July 5, 2024. Allison was last seen by her family in Bally, Pennsylvania. She is described as 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 130 pounds, with long dirty blonde hair featuring red highlights, hazel eyes, and a noticeable chipped front tooth.

Allison was last seen wearing shorts and a T-shirt. Authorities and her family are deeply concerned for her safety and are asking anyone with information about her whereabouts to come forward.

Those with any information are urged to contact the Bally Police Department at 267-287-6191. Further details about Allison can be found on her dedicated database entry at Missing People in America.

The community is encouraged to help by sharing Allison’s information widely and ensuring her swift and safe return.


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