Nothing Found in Search Connected to Woman Missing Since 1995


Authorities search home on Vega in Cleveland in connection with Christina Adkins disappearance

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Police and the FBI searched a home, Friday afternoon, in the 2600 block of Vega in Cleveland, in connection with the disappearance of Christina Adkins.

Tip information revealed that “something connected to her (Christina) could be in the home.”

But, after an hours-long search of the entire home, nothing was found.

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

Authorities said the person who lives in the home was not connected with the search.

Christina’s family was at the home during the search. “I’ve gotta have closure, I can’t go on. I hope she’s alive, but I don’t think so after all those years. Her and I were so close. I haven’t heard from her in 18 years,” said Debbie Marmol, Christina’s mother.

Gina DeJesus’ parents also showed up at the scene.

Gina, along with Amanda Berry and Michelle Knight were held captive by Ariel Castro for  a decade.

Authorities said Friday’s search had nothing to do with the Castro case.

(FOX 8’s Kevin Freeman contributed to this report.)

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