Missing persons tour stops in Heartland
By: Wes Wallace
SIKESTON, Mo. - For families of missing loved ones, not a day goes by that they're not thinking of finding them.
That includes several people right here in southeast Missouri like Teresa Butler of Risco, Mary Lee Grobe of Poplar Bluff and Cheryl Ann Scherer of Scott City.
Their family members gathered Tuesday in Sikeston.
They hope to raise awareness of their missing loved ones in hopes someone can offer new information in the cases.
Some local cases date back a few years. Cheryl Ann Scherer went missing in 1979 from a Scott City gas station.
This is part of a national rally that stopped in Miner.
The National Center for Missing Persons heads up the event which travels across the country to maker sure not case fades from memory.