Story Update Investigators ‘making progress’ on solving Tracy Kroh disappearance
By Duane Good EDITOR
It’s been almost a month since state police searched an unspecified Halifax Twp. property in connection with the almost 30-year-old disappearance of Enterline resident Tracy Marie Kroh.
No specifics on what police may have found have been disclosed since that time.
But the investigation into what happened to the young woman continues to be a priority.
‘‘We continue to work intensively on the case on a daily basis,’’ said Fran Chardo, Dauphin County district attorney.
‘‘I cannot address specifics about investigative activities, other than to say that we are making progress.’’
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Kroh was 17 at the time of her disappearance Aug. 5, 1989.
She last was seen sometime that day in Halifax Twp., at the Alex Acres Trailer Park where a relative lived at the time.
Her vehicle, a 1971 Mercury Comet, was found the next day on the Millersburg square, parked and locked.
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