CLEVELAND (AP) — The FBI says an organized search near a Cleveland park turned up no new clues in the 1995 disappearance of a woman who was 18 and pregnant when she vanished.
A group of federal, state and local authorities spent hours combing through thick brush in woods near a field on Wednesday in the latest search for Christina Adkins. She was last seen in January 1995.
FBI spokeswoman Vicki Anderson says the search for possible remains stemmed from information developed by investigators. Anderson says they have not stopped searching for Adkins since the case was first opened.
WEWS-TV reports that the area searched Wednesday is less than two miles from where Adkins was last spotted.
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