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Stacy Kathleen McCall
Stacy McCall
Stacy McCall
Stacy McCall
Stacy McCall, age-progressed to 30 years
Stacy McCall, age-progressed to 38 years
- Circa 1992 -
Age-progressed to 30 years
Age-progressed to 38 years

MISSING since June 7, 1992 from Springfield, Missouri

Police Case #92-40169
NCIC Case #M-570857181
NCMEC Case #NCMA999751

Classification:
Endangered Missing
Hair Color:
Dark Blonde
Age Missing:
18
Eye Color:
Blue
Gender:
Female
Height:
5'3"
Race:
Caucasian
Weight:
120 lbs.
Date of Birth:
April 23, 1974

Identifying Characteristics:
Her hair is lightened on the ends from the sun, and she has facial freckles. She has an off-center cleft in her chin and birthmarks on her chin near her lip, and on her right arm. Her ears are pierced. She was tanned at the time she disappeared.
Clothing/Jewelry:
Yellow shirt, flowered bikini pants, a 14" gold herringbone chain necklace, a flat gold initial ring and a ring with a small diamond.
Medical:
She suffers from migraines and requires medication for them, which she did not have with her when she disappeared.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Suzanne StreeterSherrill Elizabeth LevittUnknown. Her photos are shown age-progressed to 30 years and 38 years, respectively. Stacy disappeared from the home of Sherrill Elizabeth Levitt (photo near right) and her daughter, Suzanne Elizabeth Streeter (photo far right). They vanished from the house between 2:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. They left their cars, purses, prescription medicines, a Yorkshire terrier, but no clues to their disappearance. There were no witnesses. Other than a shattered porch light, there were no signs of violence or a struggle with an intruder. Stacy and Suzanne had graduated from high school the day before their disappearance and were last seen at 2:15 a.m. on June 7, when they left a graduation party in a nearby community en route to the Levitt/Streeter home in Springfield. Friends told police the teenagers left the party in separate cars for Levitt's home. Streeter's mother, Sherrill Levitt, was last seen eight hours earlier at the students' commencement. No trace of them has been found and their case remains unsolved. Their case is referred to as "The Springfield Three".Click here to print a flyer with all three missing women
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Springfield Police Department: 1-417-864-1810
Or
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678

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