Next month will mark twenty years that three women vanished from a home in Springfield.
Sherill Levitt, her daughter Suzanne "Suzie" Streeter and Stacy McCall disappeared from 1717 E. Delmar in the early morning hours of June 7, 1992. Streeter and McCall had graduated from Kickapoo High School the night before.
Last week, Lt. David Millsap, Sgt. Allen Neal, Cpl. Kevin Shipley and Cpl. Neal McAmis from the Springfield police department presented the case in Alexandria, Virginia to a panel of 25 criminal investigative experts assembled by The National Center for Missing and Expolited Children.
The panel included members of the NCMEC’s Forensic Evidence Section, current and former members of the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit, Naval Criminal Investigations Section (NCIS), former homicide detectives with the Washington, D.C. Police Department, Arlington, Virginia Police Department, St. Louis, Missouri Metro Major Case Squad, FBI Crime Laboratory experts and many other criminal justice professionals.
The blue ribbon panel provided feedback for future follow-up for SPD investigator's during the three day presentation on the disappearance of "The Three Missing Women."
"We still believe someone in this community has key information that will lead to this case being solve. This case has received a large amount of publicity, and we have received thousands of tips. In the beginning there was a lot of information released, and some miss-information that was generated in the public, that may have kept someone from calling in or contacting us with valuable information," said Lt. Millsap.
Authorities are asking anyone with information that can help solve this case to call them at 417-864-1810; 417-869-TIPS or 9-1-1.