On June 7, 1992, recent high school graduates, Stacy McCall and Suzanne “Suzie” Streeter, along with Streeter’s mother Sherrill Levitt, went missing from Levitt’s home in Springfield, Missouri.
Making their disappearances more perplexing was the fact that all of their personal belongings, their cars and purses, were left behind at the home. There was no sign of forced entry or a struggle, except for a broken porch light. There was a message on the answering machine that investigators believed may have provided information about their disappearances, but it was mistakenly erased during the investigation.
In 1997, Robert Craig Cox, a convicted robber and kidnapper, stated he knew they were murdered. He assured their bodies would never be found. Police were unable to corroborate any information he provided. The case, again, went cold.
Twelve years later, in 2009, a civil war re-enactor who had been in the area at the time of their disappearance was interviewed by private investigators while in jail for kidnapping. The suspect, Larry DeWayne Hall, claimed he and his brother had been stalking one of the women. He stated that they dumped the bodies in Mark Twain National Forest. This stretch of forest begins thirty miles from Levitt’s home, and extends sixty miles beyond that.
However, police soon discovered Hall had made several claims to different departments regarding the case. All of his accounts of events varied based on which department was interviewing him. After a lengthy investigation, they determined his information to be uncredible and non-verifiable.
There have been no arrests, and their remains have never been discovered.
Anyone with information about this case is encouraged to contact the Springfield Police Department at 417-864-1810