CLEVELAND (AP) — State and federal authorities in northeast Ohio are scouring a Cleveland park after receiving new information on the years-long disappearance of a local woman.
The Northeast Ohio Media Group (http://bit.ly/1f0fXPF ) reports FBI agents along with state and local law enforcement officers began combing through brush at the park Wednesday morning after learning the remains of long-missing Christina Adkins might be there.
Adkins was 18 and pregnant when she was last seen Jan. 10, 1995.
The media outlet reports about two dozen officials used rakes and other tools to clear the brush. Authorities searched for evidence in a home in Cleveland's west side two months ago, but they came empty handed.
FBI spokeswoman in Cleveland Vicki Anderson says investigators have not stopped searching for Adkins since the case was first opened.
Information from: http://www.cleveland.com