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Sherry Lynn Marler
Sherry Lynn Marler
Sherry Lynn Marler, age progressed to 34 years
Sherry Lynn Marler, age progressed to 39 years
Circa 1984
Age-progressed to 34 years
Age-progressed to 39 years

MISSING since June 6, 1984 from Greenville, Alabama

Police Case #8415816
NCIC Case #M-124604505
NCMEC Case #NCMC601811

Classification:
Non-Family Abduction
Hair Color:
Brown
Age Missing:
12
Eye Color:
Brown
Gender:
Female
Height:
5'4"
Race:
Caucasian
Weight:
120 lbs.
Date of Birth:
August 18, 1971
Alias/Nickname:
Little Farmer

Identifying Characteristics:
She has a 2" scar on her stomach and a wide 1" scar on her upper back near her shoulder. She had a mixture of baby and permanent teeth at the time she disappeared. She had fillings in two teeth. Her hair was longer than shoulder-length.
Clothing/Jewelry:
Red long-sleeved plaid flannel work shirt, faded jeans, and new gray sneakers with Velcro fastenings, a watch with a black band.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Unknown. Her photos are shown age-progressed to 34 years and 39 years, respectively. She was last seen around 9:30 a.m. on June 6, 1984 as she left the First National Bank in downtown Greenville, Alabama to go to the gas station across the street to buy a soda. There were three reported sightings of Marler by three different people after her disappearance. Each time, she was accompanied by a man described as about 50 years old and 5'8" tall with a husky build, a weathered complexion and crow's feet around his eyes. One witness said that Marler called the man B.J. All three witnesses said that Marler was noticeably upset, disheveled, and appeared dazed. The last sighting of her was in a mall in New Orleans, Louisiana later in 1984. None of the sightings were confirmed. Her case remains unsolved and is classified as a non-family abduction.
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Greenville Police Department, Missing Persons Unit: 1-334-382-3107
Or
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678

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