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No blood evidence on new items in Cleashindra Hall case

Initial reports are back from the State Crime Lab regarding a Pine Bluff cold case.

According to the reports, items taken from Dr. Larry Amos' home in March showed no blood evidence.

The items were submitted after a delay of more than a month and will go through more testing. Lab techs are looking for more forensic evidence like DNA.

Cleashindra Hall disappeared in 1994 after working at Dr. Amos's office.

To read more about recent investigations into Hall's case, click the links below:

UPDATE: Police search home after receiving tip about 1994 cold case

Records: Tip prompted search in Arkansas cold case

Missing girl's mother demands justice from Pine Bluff Police

Cleashindra Hall family outraged with PBPD over evidence delay

Pine Bluff police feel heat over handling of cold cases

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