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Sheri Lynn Muhleman
Sheri Lynn Muhleman
DATE LAST SEEN: February 27, 1989

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Background of Homicide Case
Sheri Lynn Muhleman was last seen February 27, 1989 at about 9:30 a.m.  At that time Sheri was seen by her boyfriend (Michael Abraham) and his sister (Catherine Abraham) at Michael’s house located at 3473 Decoto Rd in Fremont, Ca.  Sheri and Michael Abraham had a daughter in common who was five years old at the time of Sheri’s disappearance.
Sheri was last seen packing up her personal belongings inside Michael’s house.  Through witness statements, it was believed Michael didn’t trust Sheri to take care of their daughter nor the house while he was gone at a county sponsored Work Furlough Program. 
Based on current witness statements and physical evidence located at the Decoto address, it is believed Sheri is a victim of homicide.  The whereabouts of Sheri’s body is unknown at this time.
Public’s Assistance Needed
The Fremont Police Department’s Crimes Against Person’s Unit is actively investigating this case due to potential new evidence.  Investigators are reviewing physical evidence (originally located in 1989) and are contacting known witnesses to the disappearance.
The public is strongly urged to submit any information they feel may be important to this case.  Information may also be submitted anonymously if desired.  Information that once may have seemed insignificant could prove to be the missing element in solving open cases when combined with new tips and leads. 
Anyone with information about this case is asked to please contact Fremont PD Detective Jacob Blass at 510-790-6963  or via email.  

Anonymous Reporting

We will accept anonymous tips.  Our silent witness hotline number is 510-494-4856.  You can also send us an anonymous tip online or text "TIP FremontPD" followed by your tip to 888-777.  We do not receive a return email or phone numbers when using this option.

Fremont Police Cold Case Investigative Unit

The Fremont Police Department’s Crimes Against Persons Unit has invested its resources into investigating and solving cold case homicides and missing persons. The Cold Case Division focuses on those cases with the highest probability of being solved with fresh leads and new forensic technology.  Our mission is to give a voice to those who can no longer speak for themselves.  Our ultimate goal is to give answers and a sense of closure to the loved ones of every murder victim and missing person.  Visit our 
Cold Case webpage to learn more and view current ongoing investigations.