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Posted on: March 8, 2022

[ARCHIVED] South Jordan City Police Issue Amber Alert for Four Missing Girls

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Police Lieutenant Matt Pennington 
Office: (801) 253-5203, Ext. 1213 
Cell: (385) 261-1934 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 12, 2021 

South Jordan City Police Issue Amber Alert for Four Missing Girls 

SOUTH JORDAN, UT – On December 11, 2021, around 3:00 p.m. the South Jordan Police Department received a report of four young girls who had gone missing from their South Jordan home around 10:45 a.m. As investigators worked through the call it was decide an Amber Alert would be issued for the missing girls, 12-year-old Hazelle Brimhall, 11-year-old Berlynn Brimhall, and twin 9-year-olds Autumn and Adelyne Brimhall. The suspect is believed to be their mother, 39-year-old Allison Brimhall. She is driving a white Toyota Tacoma with an unknown CA license plate, and is believed to be possibly heading to the San Diego, CA area. It is important we locate the girls as soon as possible, as Alisson is not allowed to have them without supervised visitation. For additional information and photographs visit Anyone with information on where Allison or the girls may be is asked to call 911 or the South Jordan Police Department at 801-840-4000.


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