Pine Bluff teen still missing 20 years later

PINE BLUFF (KATV)--A Pine Bluff teen who vanished without a trace leaves a family without answers 20 years later. Cleashindra Hall, 17, disappeared on May 9, 1994. Her last known location was on Faucett Road, where Dr. Larry Amos had a home office. Hall worked there, and it's where Hall's mother dropped her off for work. She would speak to her daughter one more time during her shift, then without a clue or sign she's been missing for the last two decades. A family left heartbroken, empty on the inside is still wondering what happened that day on May 9, 1994. Hall's mother, Laurel dropped her off to work on Faucett Road."Just watched her walk in and that was the last time that I saw her," said Laurel Hall. "She called home a little after 8, my son picked up the phone, I didn't say anything i just listened, she said... anybody call? he said no and she said ok bye."{}{} A missing person's sign is still hanging in front of the Hall's home, as they are still waiting for answers decades later."In the 20 years we haven't gotten enough information to find out what happened, or what direction she went, who may have picked her up...or if somebody picked her up," said Hall. The Pine Bluff Police Department continues to investigate Hall's disappearance as a missing person's case.{}While they've interviewed dozens of people to get a tip or a clue, every piece of evidence they thought they had led to a dead end. "Sooner or later somebody comes forward on 90 percent of the cases that we deal with, in this particular case for whatever reason that person that has that particular piece of information has not come forward, person or persons ... it may be more than one we don't know," said Pine Bluff Police Detective, Richard Wegner.To this day, no one has been arrested and a suspect has not been identified. The last time they went searching for clues was a little over a year and a half ago when they searched the doctor's home office, but nothing came up. If you have any information, you're asked to contact the Pine Bluff Police Department. Today, an awareness walk was held by family and friends to remember Hall.