- Classification: Endangered Missing
- Full Name: Sierra Mae LaMar
- Missing From: Morgan Hill, Santa Clara County, CA
- Birthdate: October 19, 1996
- Missing Date: 03/16/12
- Age Then: 15
- Age Now: 16
- Hair: Brown although it was dyed black prior to her disappearance
- Eyes: Brown
- Height: 5’2″
- Weight: 110 pounds Sex: Female
- Build: Thin
- Race: White Sex: Female
- Clothing: Sierra was last seen wearing a black “San Jose Sharks” sweatshirt with the Sharks logo on the front, and “Stonehouse” as well as the number “16” on the back.
- Other: She has a 4′ inch scar on her back, and a mole on her neck.
Several days ago marks the 1st year anniversary since Sierra LaMar went missing. She was last seen on the morning of March 16, 2012 in the area of Santa Teresa Avenue and Dougherty Avenue in Morgan Hill, California. At that time, she was preparing to leave her home on foot on her way to catch the bus to Sobrato High School, where she attended. Sierra never made it to the bus or school that morning and has not been heard from since.
Many theories have surfaced regarding Sierra’s case including possible abduction by a sexual predator. Below are some articles related to the theory.
Sheriff Smith says Sierra LaMar is dead, Morgan Hill man is the killer – MercuryNews (Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith said DNA and other evidence leads her investigators to believe missing teen Sierra LaMar is dead, and that a 21-year-old Morgan Hill man is her killer…) However, the sister of the Mogan Hill suspect says he is innocent, according to CBS News –Sierra LaMar Update: Sister of murder suspect Antolin Garcia-Torres says “it’s not him”
The missing teen is now on the FBI’s Top Missing Persons List.
Sierra use to attend Washington High School in Fremont, CA prior to her switching to Sobrato.
Find Sierra LaMar is a Facebook page created for support and updates. It has over 19,400 followers.
Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to please contact:
Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office (408) 808-4500 (after hours 408-299-2311)
or the anonymous tip line at (408) 801-4431