Missing Women Found

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:

Missing Women Found
Amanda Berry, Gina Dejesus

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.

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All three, and a child Berry had while in captivity, have been found after Berry screamed and a neighbor on Seymore Avenue helped her.

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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."

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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

Missing Women Found

CLICK HERE to read a transcript of Amanda Berry's 911 call.

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