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Missing Penn. woman, wanted boyfriend may be in Chicago area

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Police believe that Ashley Keller (left) and Romulo Perez-Catalan (right), may be in the Chicago area. Perez-Catalan is wanted on warrants out of Pennsylvania. (Photos courtesy of Chicago Police) Police believe that Ashley Keller (left) and Romulo Perez-Catalan (right), may be in the Chicago area. Perez-Catalan is wanted on warrants out of Pennsylvania. (Photos courtesy of Chicago Police)
CHICAGO (Sun-Times Media Wire) -

Chicago Police have issued an alert for a missing Philadelphia-area woman and her boyfriend, who is wanted on warrants, saying the couple may be in the Chicago area.

Ashley Keller was reported missing from Warminster, in Bucks County, Pa,. earlier this month, according to the alert. She is believed to be with Romulo Perez-Catalan, who is wanted on several warrants, the alert said.

Police believe the two may be in the Chicago area.They are believed to be in an older-model blue vehicle with dents to the passenger-side door and rust on the rear of the passenger-side. The plate number is unknown.

According to Philadelphia-area news reports, both Keller and Perez-Catalan are 21, and Perez-Catalan has been arrested previously for assaulting Keller. He reportedly was released from prison in April and failed to show up for a court appearance last week on a burglary charge.

Keller is white, 5-foot-1 and 130 pounds with brown hair, blue eyes and a tattoo of a hummingbird with a flower on her right foot.

If anyone sees the couple or the vehicle, call Area Central detectives at (312) 747-8380.

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