Missing since: 06/13/70
Missing from: Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina.
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 05/1/56
Age disappearance: 14
Black female Black
Marks, Scars: A mole above her upper lip and a mole on the back of the base of her neck. She also has pierced ears.
Clothing: A blue shirt, blue bellbottem pants, a girls wristwatch with black leather or plastic band. Pentagon shaped aqua blue earrings and brown loafers.
Circumstances of Disappearance
On Saturday, June 13, 1970, Sherri left her Pitts Street home about 11:30 to catch a bus downtown. Described as a quiet, studious girl, she had received a scholarship to attend a summer fine-arts program at Mount Tabor High School.
Sherri told her mother she was going to buy some supplies for school, scheduled to start the following Monday. She had also planned to buy some doughnuts for her older sister, and to make a payment on her mother’s charge account at Raylass Department Store. The department-store clerk told police that she saw Sherri about 16:30. She was not seen again.
Detectives spent six weeks canvassing downtown and searching for Sherri. She was never found, and there were few clues.
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Winston-Salem Police Department
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