Police searching for missing North Texas teen
SAN ANTONIO – The search is on for a Texas teen who has been missing since Sunday.
Allison Dickey, 15, is from Wheeler County. The San Antonio Police Department confirmed a missing person report was filed to them.
Dickey’s family told Fox San Antonio Dickey was last seen at a social services facility in San Antonio. Fox San Antonio has not been able to get confirmation from that facility.
Her family only hopes she is safe. “I beg her just to call us. Just to call us and let us know you're okay. That's what hurts the most. I’ve got a mom and dad that are scared to death because of the fear of not knowing. So I beg to please call us. No questions asked. Let us know you're okay,” said Ladonna Hardegree,” Dickey’s older sister.
In July, Dickey was also reported missing. One month later, she was found safe in August in Missouri with Charles Kuentzal II, 21.
Kuentzal was arrested for kidnapping and for endangering the welfare of a child. He was scheduled to be in court in Jasper County, Missouri Wednesday morning.
At last check, Kuentzal was being held at the Jasper County Jail.
“She definitely went through a hard time during that situation and we are still dealing with it, but the fact that she came home alive, meant so much to us,” added Hardegree.
After Dickey was found, a few months later, her family said she was transferred to the San Antonio facility for evaluation and treatment.
Dickey is 5’3 and weighs 110 pounds. She has black hair and hazel eyes.
Anyone with information is asked to call the San Antonio Police Department at 210-207-7273.
The family has put up a Facebook page in efforts to help with the search.
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