The Springfield Three is a reference to three unsolved disappearances that began on about June 7th 1992. Long time friends Suzanne “Suzie” Streeter and Stacy McCall, as well as Suzie’s Mother Sherrill Levitt, all disappeared in Springfield, Missouri. Neither their remains nor themselves have ever been seen since.
A bit of background on this case, this is being presented to help shed some light on most of the known events that took place on the day in question. This information is relevant as it gives us a basic timeline of the event the ultimately lead to their disappearance. If you should have any kind if factual information on the case that may help them find either the women or the people who are responsible for their disappearance please contact the Springfield, Missouri authorities.
Sherrill Levit was born November 1st 1944 and was 47 years of age at the time of her disappearance. She was about 5 feet tall and weighed approximately 110 pounds. She had short light brown hair and brown eyes as well as pierced ears. She has been a cosmetologist at teh a local salon. She was described as a single mother who was very close with her daughter, Suzie Streeter.
Suzanne Elizabeth “Suzie” Streeter was born March 9th, 1973 (was 19 at the time of her disappearance), and was 5 feet 5 inches tall. Her weight at last measure, was 102 pounds and she reportedly had a scar on her upper right forearm. She also had a small mole on left corner of her mouth and pierced ears, one on her right and two on her left.
Stacy McCall, Suzie’s friend, was born April 23rd 1974 which made her 18 at the time of her disappearance. She stood 5 foot 3 inches tall and weighed about 120 pounds. She darke blond hair that was blond and she had light colored eyes.
Suzie and Stacy had graduated from Kickapoo High School on June 6th of 1992. They had been reported to have been last seen at approximately 2 AM on June 7th, whey they were leaving the last of the few graduation parties that they had been attending. At one point during the night had been seen in Battlefield, Missouri. They had planned on spending the night at a friends house, however, they left because they felt it was too crowded at their friend’s place. They had head back to Suzies, and Stacy’s, homes respectively. Because their clothing, jewelry, purchases and vehicles where at the house the following day, it is believed they did arrive with no issues. Sherrill, Suzie’s mother, was last heard from about approximately 11:15 PM on June 6th when she had talke with a friend on the phone, the topic of discussion was about painting an armoire. The supposed timeline of the three is unclear and by some to be convoluted, as the friends who saw the girls, Suzie and Stacy, the previous night where the first ones to arrive at Suzie’s home the next day.
Stacy’s parents contacted the authorities about their daughters disappearance from the Levitt’s home more than 16 hours after the women were last seen, others who were worried about the missing women called and visited the following day.
The police believed that the supposed crime scene had been tampered with and corrupted by no less the ten people who had been visiting the Levitt’s home. Once the officers finally were able to look at the scene there didn’t appear to be and signs of a struggle aside from the broken porch light. However the glass shards had been cleaned away one the visitors. The authorities did note the beds of the women in the Levitt’s home had been slept in at some point. All personal property that was cataloged as left behind included the following: purses, money, cars, keys, cigarettes and the family dog, a Yorkshire Terrier. Sherrill and Suzie were legally dead in 1997, however their police file states they are actually still “Missing”.
There was on single suspect in the missing women’s case although no arrest was made. Robert Craig Cox was a convicted kidnapper and robber, he was also suspected of being involved with a Florida murder. He had told reporters that he had known where the three women were buried and that they had been murdered. He also claimed that their bodies would never be recovered. Later Robert told investigators that was staying at his girlfriend’s place in Springfield the night the women had disappeared. The girlfriend did confirm his alibi. Police were not sure that he was actually involved in the case, and it was possible that he was seeking the recognition of the alleged murders by saying false statements. Robert also told both investigators and reporters that he would tell them what happened only after his mother had passed away.
No new information has come to light as of yet. If you know anything please, again contact the Springfield Authorities. This is classified as a cold case but any information that can help these women rest in peace or be located would be helpful. Thank you.
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