|Name||Cheryl Ann McMillan|
|Found||June 8, 1968|
|Location||Los Angeles, California|
|Missing from||Campbell, California|
|Identified||September 24, 2016|
|Cause of death||Overdose|
Cheryl Ann McMillan, known to have used the name "Sherryl Miller," was a woman found unresponsive in a California park in 1968.
In September 2016, sleuthing has uncovered that the woman was likely Cheryl McMillan, from Campbell, California. McMillan used the name "Miller" from a man she was dating and she was known to wear a ring similar to that of the Jane Doe.
Forensic identification could have been impossible due to the fact that DNA was never taken from the body, long-since cremated.
On September 24, it was announced that McMillan was identified as the woman through facial scars and the inscription on the ring she wore.