Pine Bluff police are continuing their investigation into the disappearance of a woman who has been missing for almost 18 years, but reported Wednesday there are no new developments.

Pine Bluff police are continuing their investigation into the disappearance of a woman who has been missing for almost 18 years, but reported Wednesday there are no new developments.

Lt. JoAnn Bates said the department has nothing to add to previous statements that followed the search of a house where the woman, Cleashindra Hall, was last seen on May 9, 1994.

Police served a search warrant on the house at 5309 Faucett Road which is still owned by Larry Amos, for whom Hall did clerical work. According to an inventory list filed in the Jefferson County Circuit Clerk’s Office April 3, police collected four items of evidence that were sent to the Arkansas State Crime Laboratory at Little Rock for analysis.

Police have declined to identify the items that were seized or to label Amos as a suspect or a “person of interest” in Hall’s disappearance.

An affidavit for the search warrant said “recently obtained sworn and unsworn statements link Dr. Amos with the disappearance of Cleashindra Hall. Sworn statements indicate the observance of a false wall inside the residence containing blood on the insulation.”

“Also statements indicate that ‘the body’ was buried on the property at 5309 Faucett Road in a hole where bricks/rocks and powdered concrete was used to cover up something,” the affidavit said.

At the time of her disappearance, Hall was 18 and a senior at Watson Chapel High School.