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Saturday, November 14, 2009

Amanda Berry

About Amanda

DOB: April 22, 1986
Missing: April 21, 2003
Height: 5’ 1” (155 cm)
Eyes: Brown
Race: White
Sex: Female
Weight: 110 lbs (50kg)
Hair: Sandy
Missing From: Cleveland, OH
Identifing Features: She haspierced ears, a pierced left eyebrow and a scare on her lower abdomen

Amanda was last seen at approximately 7:45 p.m. on April 21, 2003 wearing a Burger King uniform and a black apron with "Burger King" written on it in yellow letters. She has pierced ears, a pierced left eyebrow, and a scar on her lower abdomen.

Anyone having information should contact:

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Cleveland Police Department (Ohio)

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Words of Love from Amanda's Family

Amanda Berry is your typical teenage daughter. She dreams of being a clothes designer and meeting her idol, Eminem. More importantly Amanda loves her mom, Louwana whom she lived with. She also loves her sister Beth, who lived next door. Amanda was also a great aunt to Beth's daughters. The whole family misses her more than words can ever say. Like many teenagers Amanda had a part time job. She worked at a Burger King restaurant. She left the morning of April 21, 2003 and went to work. It was a typical day at work. Once she was done with her shift she called her sister about a ride. During that conversation Amanda told Beth not to worry she would walk home. It was just a couple of blocks but she disappeared. No one ever got to give her one last hug or say good-bye. It was the night before her 17th birthday. The birthday cake was ready. Her birthday money was sitting in her bedroom drawer ready to be spent on gifts. There were big plans for a party with family and friends. It's all on hold. Today her family is still waiting to celebrate that birthday and everyone that passes until Amanda comes home.

Please help us find her and bring her home,
Amanda's Family


In memory of Louwana Miller, mother of Amanda Berry. She passed away on March 2, 2006.


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