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Updated: Gold Alert Canceled for Ocean View Teen

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OCEAN VIEW, Del.- Delaware State Police have canceled a Gold Alert issued for an Ocean View teen who was reported as missing.
 
Troopers had been searching for 14-year-old Allison Bowerman. Police said she was last seen at around 6 p.m. Wednesday leaving her home located on the 38000 block of Martin Way in Ocean View.  
 
On Friday morning, police announced that Allison has been located and is in good condition.
 
 
 
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