(Cleveland, OH) Particular Agent in Cost Gregory Nelsen of the Cleveland Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Cleveland Division of Police Chief Wayne Drummond, and the Nationwide Heart for Lacking and Exploited Youngsters (NCMEC), announce the discharge of an age development photograph of Ashley Summers. Ashley Summers was final seen on or about July 8, 2007. Legislation enforcement consider there could also be a number of areas of curiosity the place Ashley was identified to frequent, particularly: the 2100 block of West 96th, the 3800 block of West twenty third, the 1100 block of Holmden Avenue, and the 3400 block of West forty fourth, all in Cleveland. On the time of her disappearance, Ashley was 5’5, 130 lbs. with lengthy brown hair and blue eyes. She had a purple coronary heart define tattoo on her higher proper arm with the title “Gene” in a black ink ribbon throughout the center.
The age-progression picture, created by the Nationwide Heart for Lacking and Exploited Youngsters, reveals the likeness of Ashley at as we speak’s current age of 29.
“We admire the experience of NCMEC and their unwavering mission to search out lacking kids,” mentioned Cleveland FBI Particular Agent in Cost Gregory Nelsen. “Though time continues to cross, our focus stays clear – to share essential data resembling an age-enhanced picture with the general public so we will collect details about Ashley’s whereabouts and each one who stays lacking.”
“The Cleveland Division of Police, together with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, continues to research the disappearance of Ashley Summers and we hope that the visible element of this new photograph will help in bringing ahead further data,” mentioned Cleveland Police Chief Wayne Drummond. “Ashley’s case, like all lacking individuals instances, stays open and lively. We encourage anybody with data to contact legislation enforcement.”
The Cleveland Division of the FBI, the FBI’s Violent Crime Activity Power and Youngster Abduction Speedy Deployment Workforce, the Cleveland Division of Police, and Bureau of Legal Identification and Investigation (BCI) have made contact with people that knew Ashley or could have had contact together with her previous to July 2007 and are once more looking for the general public’s assist to convey Ashley residence.
“Ashley is a younger and vibrant younger lady with a powerful and willful spirit. Her disappearance has left our household damaged and irreparable till we will at some point reunite together with her. We encourage anybody who could know one thing to contact the native police division. We admire the continued efforts and assets the FBI, The Cleveland Police Division and The Nationwide Heart for Lacking Youngsters have equipped whereas pursuing any leads involving Ashley,” mentioned Jennifer Summers, mom of Ashley.
“We have seen numerous instances how our age development pictures may help be a driving pressure in a seek for a lacking little one,” mentioned Angeline Hartmann, Director of Communications on the Nationwide Heart for Lacking & Exploited Youngsters. “We’re asking everybody to take a very good take a look at Ashley’s brand-new picture. Ashley disappeared when she was 14 years previous, and he or she could be 29 as we speak. We simply want the proper particular person to acknowledge Ashley and assist convey her residence.”
With the release of the age-progression image, legislation enforcement reminds the general public if that they had any interplay with Ashley or doable data of what could have occurred to Ashley to please contact the FBI at 216-522-1400, the Cleveland Division of Police 1st District Detective Bureau (216-623-5118) or Crime Stoppers of Cuyahoga County at (216) 252-7463 (216-25 CRIME) or on-line at www.25crime.com. Your identification can stay nameless when sharing a tip.
Crime Stoppers is providing reward cash for data resulting in the profitable location of Ashley Summers and/or data resulting in the profitable identification of the person(s) accountable for her disappearance.
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Hyperlink to full FBI poster: https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/ashley-summers