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Cheryl Priscilla MorriŽn

Missing since August 5th, 1986 from IJmuiden, Netherlands

Personal information
Birthdate: sep-21-1978
Age at disappearance:
7
Hair:
black, halflong to the shoulders
Eyes:
dark brown
Clothing:
white sneakers with Snoopy pattern and white Nike sneakers.
Extra information:
She had a gap between her front teeth when she disappeared. She has a birthmark on her buttocks.

WAT case #: nlF0002
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Circumstances of disappearance

Cheryl said goodbye to her mother, Rachel MorriŽn, who was going to visit a friend. The child told her that she was going outside. She was last seen playing near her home. Rachel returned home at 16:00 (4pm) and Cheryl wasn't there, but she wasn't concerned as it was a nice day and she knew that her daughter would still be playing outside. When Cheryl didn't return by dinner time, Rachel became worried. The child's whole family searched for her and later made a missing persons report. She has never been heard from again.

Cheryl's parents received an anonymous letter in 1996, ten years after her disappearance. Its author claimed to know details about the girl's disappearance. After broadcasting Cheryl's case in Vermist, a Dutch missing persons TV program, police got many tips. These tips helped to determine that Cheryl was murdered by child serial killer Michel S., who was also convicted of the murder of Dutch girl Jessica Laven and two German boys. Michel S. died in prison in September 2002. Cheryl's body has never been found.

If you have ANY information on this person's whereabouts, no matter how trivial, please contact:

Regional Police Department of Kennemerland
+31 255 547611

or

Vermist
Inside the Netherlands: 0800-2080
From other countries: +31 356 715234

The information you provide could be vital in solving this case. You may remain anonymous when submitting information to most agencies.

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