Police give Lehigh County woman’s disappearance a second look

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Pennsylvania State Police are taking a fresh look at the disappearance of a Lehigh County woman.  Holly Ann Grim, 42, of Lower Macungie was last seen on Friday morning November 22, 2013 just after she drove her teenage son to a school bus stop.  After she was expected to go to work at Allen Organ Co., in Macungie.  She hasn’t been heard from since.

Last Monday, State Troopers began another round of talking to neighbors in the Red Maples Mobile Home Park where Grim lived.  Grim had returned home after dropping out her son, but abruptly left leaving behind her car, her eye glasses, cigarettes and an overturned cup of coffee. Her mother, Jeanette Grim arrived at her daughter’s home at 7 am that morning, less than a half hour later, but no was there. At the time no one living in the mobile home park heard or saw anything unusual.


Grim is 5 feet 3 inches tall, thin build, with brown eyes, and short brown hair. Besides her mother, Grim has five grown sons and a boyfriend. Lehigh Valley Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for any information in the disappearance.  Tipsters can also contact the Pennsylvania State Police, Fogelsville Barracks at (610) 395-1438.

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