Find Sierra Mae Lamar, Still Missing!

Find Missing Sierra Mae Lamar!

Find missing Sierra Mae Lamar, still missing!!
She has been missing for almost six years.
A suspect was arrested, tried and convicted
In her disappearance.
But she has never been found.

Find Sierra Mae Lamar, Still Missing!!

Find Sierra Mae Lamar, still missing! Sierra Mae Lamar has been missing since March 16, 2012. She is missing from Morgan Hill, California. Sierra’s case is classified as a non-family abduction. Lamar was born in the year 1996. Sierra Mae Lamar is a Caucasian female. At the time of her disappearance, Sierra was 5’0″ tall and weighed 100 to 110 pounds. And at this time, Lamar was 15 years old. Her current age is 20 years old. Sierra has brown hair and brown eyes. Her hair was dyed black at the time of her disappearance.

Sierra has a four-inch scar in the center of her back. She has a mole on her back. Lamar has a four-inch scar on the center of her back
and a mole on her neck.

When last seen, Sierra Mae Lamar was wearing a black sweatshirt. It had the San Jose Sharks hockey team logo on the front. It had the number 16 and the word Stonehouse on the back. Sierra was gray shoes and she was carrying a pink and black Juicy bag.

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It was March 16, 2012 in Morgan Hill, California. And it was 6:00 A.M.. Sierra Mae Lamar had left her home near Santa Teresa Avenue and Dougherty Avenue. She was going to walk to the bus stop to catch a 7:35 bus. She was headed to Ann Sobrato High School. She was both a sophomore and cheerleader at the school. Sierra texted a friend at 7:11 and agreed to meet her before classes started. She never boarded her bus and never made it to school. Nor did she meet her friend. Sierra’s mother found out that she was missing that evening. For Sierra’s school had contacted her and said that Sierra had missed class. She has never been heard from again.

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A Suspect

It was March 17, 2012 and the day after Sierra went missing. Her cellular phone was found on the roadside about three-quarters from her home. It seemed to have been tossed from a passing vehicle. A day after that, March 18, the police found Sierra’s bag in a cactus field on the roadside. It was found about two miles from the bus stop and one mile from where her phone was found. The bag held Sierra’s pants and t-shirt folded and packed inside it. In May, two months after Sierra was last seen, authorities arrested Antolin Garcia-Torres for her abduction and murder. Investigators stated that they had both circumstantial and direct evidence against the suspect.

Find Sierra Mae Lamar, Still Missing!

The circumstantial and direct evidence are as follows. Police found DNA evidence from the car of Garcia-Torres. Police had seized his car in early April. They also found evidence in Sierra’s bag. The suspect’s car is described as a red and black Volkswagon Jetta. Authorities found strands of Sierra’s DNA inside his car and a strand of her hair on some rope in the trunk.Police found DNA from Garcia-Torres on her discarded clothing. He already had a criminal record, but not for any sex assaults or felonies. Authorities believe that Sierra’s presumed murder was a random act of violence. She and the suspect lived a mile apart. But there was no evidence that the two ever met before Sierra went missing.

Find Sierra Mae Lamar, Still Missing!

May 2017 was Garcia-Torres’ trial. His defense argued that Sierra was an unhappy teenager who had run away from home. He was convicted of her murder and also for three counts of attempted kidnapping. For he had tried to kidnap three other women from Safeway store parking lots in 2009. The prosecution reportedly called them “training” for Sierra’s death. Garcia-Torres faced a life sentence in prison rather than the death penalty. Sierra was born and raised in Fremont, California. She previously had attended had gone to high school there. Before she went missing, her parents divorced. And she lived with her mother and her mother’s boyfriend. They had moved to Morgan Hill about six months before Sierra went missing. She has no history of running away. Foul play is suspected in her case.

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According to Family

Sierra is presumed to be deceased, but her body has not been found. Though she has not yet been brought home, her family have held a private ceremony for her. Here is the “pinned” post on the Facebook page set up for Sierra.

Today there was a private ceremony to remember Sierra in Fremont. Family and Sierra’s friends came together to celebrate her life. Throughout the whole day, nothing reverberated more than how she had a magnetic personality that drew everyone to her. Sierra touched and changed so many lives, even after she was taken. She will always be remembered and hold a special place in everyone’s heart. Although the pain will never be gone, there is a small amount of closure. Thank you again for all the thoughts and prayers. Some day we will bring her home.

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How We Can Help

Sierra’s family may testify to “a certain amount of closure.” They may have an idea of what may have happened to her. But until she is physically located, they cannot know for sure. If she is deceased, as is presumed, they can’t know for sure how she was murdered until her remains are identified and an autopsy can be done. Her family have hope that one day Sierra will be brought home. The need the public’s help to make it happen. Do you have any information as to the whereabouts of Sierra Lamar? If you have any information, please refer to the multiple contacts below.

Find Sierra Mae Lamar, Still Missing!
Contact Information

You can contact the FBI tip line: 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You can leave an online tip at: this webpage. OR You can contact your local FBI office. You can also contact FBI International Offices. You may contact the San Francisco Field Office at: (415) 553-7400. You can contact the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office tipline at 1-408-808-4431. You can contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678.

Help Find Sierra Lamar is the Facebook page set up for her. Use Facebook? Consider clicking to “like” this page.

Sierra Mae Lamar has a National Center for Missing and Exploited Children poster. Click here to view it.

The above information can be found on Sierra Mar Lamar’s Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International License.

The above top image is courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

I'm a Christian, meaning that I have a relationship with God, through trust in His Son Jesus. Through this website, which is currently the only website I have, It is a full-time job to give myself to this website, which includes updating cases. I seek to broadcast missing people, unidentified people, and crime victims. These include those of all ages, races, religions, and walks of life. If you see something on here that needs an update, please contact me. Thank you.

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