Cleveland case gives hope to families of those still missing

[ooyala code=”0xaWlnYjowuB1e2A0yIYjTVKoT7SO5I-” player_id=”55ce3a06495346ddb20768902d1e991c”]Virginia Beach, Va. – Hope Curry, a 23-year-old mother, vanished from Virginia Beach on November 13, 2000. Thirteen years have passed without any clues.

“She went to use the payphone, and that is the last anybody heard,” Hope’s friend,Tiffany Limpert says. “I feel like there is no reason to give up because we don`t have answers, so I just continue having hope.”

That’s largely the same story for Kim Gonzalez, Sharon Jones, Kathleen Haley, and more than 20 other women who have simply disappeared from Hampton Roads. The stunning news from Cleveland, that long-missing women were found and rescued, has reminded everyone that sometimes the missing do return.

“Crazier things have happened. That`s why I try to not look at it like, she is lost,” Tiffany says.

Tiffany has spent the past year convincing businesses to hang banners to keep Hope’s name and face in public. She…

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