Missing Girl’s Family Has ‘Renewed Hope’

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CLEVELAND-- "The list of emotions I am feeling are glad, happy, sad, nervous, scared," said Tonia Adkins, of Cleveland.

While Adkins is happy that three women were found, she is sad because her sister, Christina, is still missing.

"The last time I saw Christie was the night she disappeared. She came over to get something to eat," said Adkins.

From there, Christina was supposed to go to her boyfriend's; but was never heard from again.

Christina was last seen on West 25th Street back in January, 1995.

Christina Adkins; missing since 1995

Christina Adkins; missing since 1995

Her family has had little hope, until now.

"My initial reaction to the three girls being found that there was hope that my sister was there. Then it was disappointment that Christie wasn't among them. But it still gave us renewed hope that we can find her and find her alive," said Adkins.

Her family says Christina was five months pregnant when she went missing.

She is about 5'7, has blonde hair and brown eyes and has a mole on her right shoulder blade.

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