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Pine Bluff mom given hope by discovery of missing Cleveland girls

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The three kidnapped women found a decade after they disappeared has given the mother of Clea Hall hope that her daughter will also one day be found alive.

A memorial was held in Pine Bluff Thursday night for Hall marking 19 years since she was last seen.

Hall was last known to be at work at doctor Larry Amos's home office back in 1994 but she never made it home.

Her mom says the months turned to years and she now wonders if her daughter is a lot closer to home- just as the girls in Cleveland were.

"We were happy that these girls were found, but also sad in that our daughter's not here and we're thinking you know, could that be our story? Could she just be right around the corner?" said Laurell Hall, Clea's mother.

Some forensic evidence was collected in Amos's home in March of 2012 but no word on the results.