The search for missing Racine teenager continues

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(WFRV)– The Racine community is asking for help in locating one of its own, who has been missing since October 15, 2010.Katie Allison, also known as Katherine Rae Allison, 17, has been missing for over two months now. She was last seen at the University Inn at Utah State University Campus, where she was attending a treatment facility for a mental health illness, and ran away during a parent weekend visit. Her mother, Linda Cornwell with the help of Teentrak Investigations, are requesting any help they can get to locate Katie. Teentrak specializes in reuniting troubled teens with their families and protects children from risky behaviors that may make them vulnerable in any way. Teentrak uses confidential and professional investigative services to help teens. In addition, Teentrak’s CEO Jason Brown believes that Katie may be trying to get back to Wisconsin. Katie is caucasian, 5’2″, weighs approximately 125 lbs., has blonde hair and blue eyes. She wears blue braces on her teeth, has two scars, approximately 1 inch long along her left jaw line. There is a $500 reward for information leading to her safe return. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Teentrak at: (602) 486-3979 or (303) 859-1751. Or go to teentrak.org.

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