Three women, missing for about a decade in Cleveland, Ohio have been found alive and are reuniting with their families. Three brothers, ages 50-54 are in custody.
FOX News Radio's Jennifer Keiper reports:
Searches have been conducted, even backyards dug up, as police and relatives spent about a decade looking for teenagers Amanda Berry and Gina Dejesus.
Michelle Knight was 20 when disappeared in 2002.
All three, and a child Berry had while in captivity, have been found after Berry screamed and a neighbor on Seymore Avenue helped her.
Police Chief Mike McGrath says:
(McGrath) "There's 10 years of logistical information that has to be sorted through, numerous interviews have to be completed, the FBI Evidence Recovery Team processing the scene."
The man who lived in the home - a former school bus driver and his two brothers, all in their 50's, are in custody.
Jennifer Keiper, FOX News Radio
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