Disappeared: Stacy McCall, Suzie Streeter, and Sherrill Levitt are ‘The Springfield Three’ who Vanished from Levitt’s Missouri Home on June 7, 1992

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Sherrill Levitt, Suzie Streeter, & Stacy McCall (The Springfield Three) went missing from Springfield, Missouri on June 7, 1992.

Sherrill Levitt, Stacy McCall, and Suzanne Streeter disappeared from Sherrill’s Springfield, Missouri home on June 7, 1992. ‘The Springfield Three’ were spending the night together and when the home was inspected there didn’t appear to be a struggle of any kind. It’s as if the three women just vanished, which still gives the families hope, despite the harsh reality they were probably the victims of foul play. Army veteran Robert Cox was named a person of interest in their disappearance. In California, Cox pleaded guilty to kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon and was sentenced to nine years in prison and dishonorably discharged from the Army. After his release, Cox was convicted and sentenced to death in 1988 for the 1978 murder of Sharon Zellars in Orlando, Florida. But in a rare ruling that conviction and death sentence was overturned in 1989 due to lack of evidence. After released, Robert Cox moved to Springfield, Missouri where he coincidentally worked with Stacy McCall’s father. But there was no evidence linking him directly to ‘The Springfield Three’ disappearance, therefore he was never charged with any crime. In the meantime, Cox was arrested in Texas for aggravated robbery and it was while he was in custody that he declared he believed ‘The Springfield Three’ were dead and whoever did it was someone who knew what they were doing. To this day, the three women are still missing and no one has been charged with any crimes. If you have any information that could help solve this mystery, please contact the Springfield Missouri Police Department.

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June 6, 1992, hours after their graduation, Stacy McCall, Suzie Streeter and her mother Sherrill Levitt go missing without a trace. They are later dubbed, “The Springfield Three”. -Investigation Discovery

Dishonorably Discharged Army Veteran Robert Cox is a Person of Interest in the Disappearance of ‘The Springfield Three’ in 1992

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Robert Cox, US Army Veteran

Sherrill Levitt, Stacy McCall, and Suzie Streeter vanished from Sherrill Levitt’s Springfield, Missouri home on June 7, 1992. Dishonorably discharged Army veteran Robert Craig Cox was named a person of interest in their disappearance. Cox not only had a history of violence and run ins with the law but he was living in the Springfield, Missouri area at the time of ‘The Springfield Three’ disappearance and coincidentally worked with Stacy McCall’s father. While serving in the Army, Cox pleaded guilty to kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon in California. He was sentenced to nine years in prison and dishonorably discharged from the Army, ironically after being named ‘Soldier of the Year’ in 1979. Cox was also a suspect in the death of 19 year old Sharon Zellers who disappeared after leaving work at Walt Disney World on December 30, 1978. Zellar’s badly beaten body was found several days later near Orlando, Florida in an orange grove. Cox was in central Florida visiting his parents and as a result became a suspect because he was staying in a motel close to the grove. Hospital staff also reported Robert Cox to authorities because part of his tongue had been bitten off by someone else, despite his claims that he bit his own tongue off. A case against Cox was never pursued by Florida authorities due to lack of evidence, therefore the case went unsolved for a decade. But after Cox was released from prison in California in 1986, Florida authorities charged Cox with Sharon Zeller’s murder and he was convicted and sentenced to death in 1988. Although in a rare ruling, the Florida Supreme Court overturned the murder conviction and death sentence arguing that prosecutors only had circumstantial evidence which was not enough to convict in a criminal case. Robert Cox was released in 1989 and then moved to Springfield, Missouri where he worked with Stacy McCall’s father. Although questioned in the disappearance of the three women, Cox has not admitted to any wrongdoing and authorities have found no evidence linking him to their disappearance. To this day, ‘The Springfield Three’ have not been found and no one has been charged with any crimes.

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Stacy McCall, Sherrill Levitt, and Suzie Streeter went missing from Springfield, Missouri on June 7, 1992.

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More than 15 years after the disappearance of “The Springfield Three”, clues to their location may lie beneath a parking garage at Cox Hospital. Will investigators find the answers they need to bring the missing women home? -Investigation Discovery