PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) - Newly released court documents show that police searched an Arkansas man's home for clues in the 1994 disappearance of an 18-year-old woman after someone reported seeing blood at the house.
Documents obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press show that police in Pine Bluff obtained a warrant to search the home for evidence related to Cleashindra Hall. The woman worked part-time for the home's owner, Dr. Larry Amos, who was the last known person to see her before she went missing.
Court documents say investigators seized four items, but police aren't identifying them.
Amos hasn't been charged in her disappearance. He declined comment when his home was searched Thursday, and police say he cooperated.
Pine Bluff is just south of Little Rock.
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