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Police: Missing Warminster Woman Endangered

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Ashley's mother Kim. Ashley's mother Kim.
Warminster Twp., PA -

21-year old Ashley Keller has been missing since the 4th of July.

The search for Keller is active and ongoing.

"We love her very much. I just want her back safe," says Ashley Keller's mother Kim. "Last time I saw her was Thursday, July 4 around 12:30. She kissed me and hugged me and told me she loved me and was going to lunch."

Ashley graduated from Central Bucks South and is going to Bucks County Community College in Perkasie.   She grooms dogs and nannies to put herself through school.  Ashley was scheduled to work at the Polished Pup in Horsham on Saturday, June 6th, but never showed up to work. Her mom says it is totally out of character for her to just pick up and leave, plus her car is at home.

"She's one of my best friends and she's just close with her daddy," says Keller. "We probably average five to ten connections a day, whether it was a text or a phone call."

Ashley's bank accounts are untouched, but she did make one attempt to call her mom

"On Sunday, she called," recalls Keller. "It was a very quick phone call, 20 or 30 seconds, just told me she loved me and that it wasn't safe to talk. The phone call got cut off..."

Warminster police are working with the FBI and the Bucks County District Attorney's Office. They believe she may be with a man wanted for other crimes.

"Our mission here is to make sure of her safe return and that her parents have peace of mind regarding where their daughter is." says Chief Jim Donnelly.

Warminster police believe there is a chance that Ashley may not be in Pennsylvania. Both Ashley's family and the police acknowledge that the social media campaign to help find her is helpful.  They currently use the hashtag #findashley.

Ashley is 5'1'', 130 pounds. If you have any information about where she might be, contact the Warminster Township police or call 911.

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