Zebb Quinn Disappearance
A Henderson County mother keeps hope alive that like the families in Cleveland, she'll find out why her son disappeared 12 years ago.
Zebb Quinn left his job at Walmart on Hendersonville Road January 2nd, 2000, was last seen at a Citgo convenience store on Long Shoals Road around 9:30pm.
His light blue Mazda showed up two weeks later at little Pigs Barbeque near Asheville High School, lips painted on the rear window in lipstick.
Asheville police say there have been no new leads in years.
Like families in Cleveland, Zebb Quinn's mother hopes that someone will volunteer clues to help detectives.
Denise Vlahakis, Zebb Quinn's mother, "something will click in somebody's mind, and they'll maybe remember a piece of information or something that they had seen and be able to solve it."
Denise has formed a group called "Families Pursuing Justice" to increase awareness about missing persons.
She hopes people will be more vigilant in their communities and report things they suspect are suspicious.
By Sherrill Barber
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