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Families of Indiana's missing gain hope from Ohio case

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Wednesday, May 8, 2013 - 7:59 am

INDIANAPOLIS — Relatives and friends of some long-missing Indiana residents say they have new hope with the discovery of three women in Cleveland years after their disappearance.

Keri Dattilo says she continues to hold onto a slight belief that her cousin Molly Dattilo might still be alive. Molly Dattilo was a 23-year-old IUPUI student when she was last seen in July 2004 at an Indianapolis gas station.

Keri Dattilo tells The Indianapolis Star it would be a miracle to learn Molly's alive. A fundraising run honoring Molly is Saturday in her hometown of Madison.

Avery Garrett tells WISH-TV he's happy the Ohio families have been reunited, but he still worries about what happened to his friend, 27-year-old Morgan Johnson. He was last seen in May 2011 leaving his motel room in Plainfield.