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Rescued women brings attention to other missing teens

Ashley Summers (Source: FBI) Ashley Summers (Source: FBI)
Christina Adkins (Source: FBI) Christina Adkins (Source: FBI)

In light of the recent events in Cleveland with the homecoming of Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus, the Cleveland FBI and Cleveland Division of Police have received numerous inquiries regarding the disappearances of Christina Adkins and Ashley Summers.   The following facts are provided in regards to each of these missing women. 

Christina Adkins was last seen on West 25th Avenue in Cleveland on January 10, 1995.  Christina was 18-years-old and five months pregnant at the time of her disappearance. 

Ashley Summers was last seen near her residence on the west side of Cleveland in the area of West 96th Street and Madison Avenue on July 6, 2007.  Ashley was 14-years-old at the time of disappearance.  

The FBI and the Cleveland Division of Police have open investigations on Christina and Ashley and are seeking the public's assistance for information. 

Information regarding these two young ladies can be provided to the FBI at 216-522-1400. 

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