Cleveland Division of FBI asking for assistance in disappearance of Ashley Summers

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CLEVELAND  - The Cleveland Division of the FBI is asking for the public's help in gaining more information on Ashley Summers, who went missing from Cleveland in 2007.

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She was last seen on July 9 and was only 14 when she disappeared.

Earlier this week, The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children asked for assistance in finding anyone who knew about a tattoo of the name “Gene” with a heart on Summers' right arm just before she went missing. The center wants information from tattoo artists that may have worked on this piece.

The FBI continues to search for Summers, as her disappearance is still under investigation, even though would now be an adult.

In October 2014, police received photos from Rhode Island police showing a male and female, the female resembled Summers closely, interesting the FBI in the case.

The FBI is now asking the public to look at those photos and identify anyone in them, or the vehicle.

Anyone can call 1-800-call-fbi or 1-800-225-5324 with any information.

Read more about Ashley Summers here.