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Article Clipped from Birmingham Post-Herald

sr Sherry still missing after TV show By Michelle 1 PWrHwaldl In the two weeks since Sherry Lynn Marler was featured on the television program III" the leads on her whereabouts have been followed to dead ends stepfather Ray Stringf el-low uid yesterday the next step will be to get a computer composite picture oi'what Sherry would look like today feeling is we want to makq checking the sure everything possible is done" he uid going to try to get this composite made to give us napping occurred Local police uid they could find no witnesses that uw Sherry in town on the day she diuppeared also searched hundreds of acres in the area fer body but have consistently come up empty Greenville police have pursued all the leads that came into the office Chief Lonzo Incram uid absolutely nothing Ingram said yesterday still leads we got a result of the TV program" Ingram uid people uy they've seen Sherry all over the country including Birmingham Boston mphis New Orleans and Dubu- Iowa However none of the have checked out he uid Stringfellow uid he is growing impatient with the lack of progress the police are making were asked to let (the police) 1 told us a whole to go on than what got" When Sherry wu 13 years old she disappeared from the streets of Greenville on June 6 1984 She wu accompanying Stringfellow into the Butler Comity town on a routine trip to the bank Stringfellow gave Sherry a dollar for a soda and left her in the or in the city parking lot He uid when he returned she wu gone Today Sherry would be 14 years old and teenage Stringfellow uid The Greenville Police Department Is in charge of the invutlgation after the Montgomery bureau of the FBI found no evidence that a kid- Social CUmber