FBI Wants Tips on Adkins, Summers

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CLEVELAND — The survival story of Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus has given renewed hope to the families of other missing individuals.

The FBI on Friday said it has received numerous inquiries about the disappearance of Christina Adkins and Ashley Summers.

Adkins was last seen on Cleveland’s West 25th Street in January 1995.  She was 18 years old and five months pregnant at the time.

Christina Adkins and Ashley Summers

Christina Adkins and Ashley Summers

Summers, then 14, was last seen in the area of West 96th Street and Madison Avenue in July 2007.

It was right near her home.

Knight, Berry and DeJesus went missing from west side neighborhoods in 2002, 2003 and 2004 respectively.

They were held captive in a Seymour Avenue home for a decade until they escaped Monday.

Any information on the whereabouts of Adkins and/or Summers should be shared with the FBI by calling (216) 522-1400.

The FBI is also seeking tips about the circumstances surrounding the Knight, Berry and DeJesus cases.

Their alleged captor, Ariel Castro, 52, was charged with kidnapping and rape.  Additional charges could be filed once the case is presented to a grand jury.