Clilck to print a missing flyer
The Missing
Sherry Ann Milton
Sherry Ann Milton
Sherry Ann Milton
Sherry Ann Milton
Sherry Ann Milton

MISSING since August 14, 2005 from Ensley, Alabama

Police Case #050839135 
NCIC Case #M-925121143 

Endangered Missing
Hair Color:
Age Missing:
Eye Color:
138 lbs.
Date of Birth:
May 5, 1979

Identifying Characteristics:
Small black round scar on bridge of nose, scar approximately 2" long on left side of chest, black mole above upper lip on right side, slightly crooked nose, crooked upper tooth between right front tooth and right incisor, double-pierced ears, pierced navel with swirled blue and white curved barbell, previously fractured nose.
Multi-colored v-neck capped sleeved shirt with horizontal stripes, light tan khaki capri pants, flip-flops.  Two medium size gold hoop earrings, possibly wearing two small 1/4 carat diamonds set in gold.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Unknown. Sherry Milton was reported missing on August 15, 2005, after she disappeared from an outing with a friend in the Birmingham, Alabama area. On August 14, she was seen at about 2 a.m. as she drove away from a gas station in the Ensley area of Birmingham. Milton's friend has said that they were driving home on Interstate 20/59 in Milton's Ford Mustang when they exited in Ensley to get a book of matches. They stopped at an Exxon service station near the exit ramp at 19th Street and Avenue V in Ensley. Milton's friend went in to get the matches, but when she returned Milton and her car were gone. Milton used her cell phone twice after she disappeared from the station, calling her friend to tell her she would return. Thirty minutes after she disappeared, Milton called a friend in Montgomery and said she was lost. There have been other versions of the scene at the gas station. Two witnesses said Milton was begging her girlfriend to get in the car, but the girlfriend was mad and had called her husband to come get her. According to Sherry's boyfriend, David Burt, the last message he received from Sherry was on Sunday, around 2:30 a.m. Milton called Burt's cell phone about 10 times between 2 a.m. and 2:30 a.m. while she was in Birmingham. Burt said that on the last voice mail message she left him, Milton said: "Help me, please. Where are you? ... This is unbelievable." Her vehicle, a 1994 canary yellow Mustang convertible, was located in Midfield, Alabama but there was no trace of her. She left behind a young son, which friends say is atypical of her. At this time, there is no evidence of foul play. Her case remains unsolved.
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Birmingham Police Department: 1-205-933-4113



GINA For Missing Persons