CLEVELAND, Ohio (WKOW) -- Three women, each missing for nearly 10 years, have been found in Cleveland.
Police rescued the group after one broke free from the house and called 911. Amanda Berry identified their captor as 52-year-old Ariel Castro, a former city school bus driver.
Overnight FBI officials and Cleveland police investigators searched Castro's home. They believe he was helped by members of his family.
Neighbors say Castro, a father of three, was a loner who occasionally parked his bus on the street, but usually kept to himself. Charles Ramsey, who helped rescue the women, said he knew Castro from around the neighborhood.
"Sometimes you look and then look away because he's not doing nothing but average stuff," Ramsey said. "Ain't nothing exciting about him, well until today."
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WKOW) -- Three women, each missing for about 10 years, have been found in Cleveland.
Michelle Knight had been missing since 2002, Amanda Berry since 2003 and Gina DeJesus since 2004. All were in their teens at the time. All three were found at a home in Cleveland within a few miles of where they each disappeared.
Cleveland's police chief says he thinks the women who disappeared separately a decade ago were tied up in the house where they were found and had been there since they disappeared.
Police say three brothers have been arrested and one is from the home. They say the women were found Monday and one said she'd been kidnapped. Police have released no names and given no details about the men or the charges they might face.
Authorities say the women have been taken to a hospital to reunite with relatives and seem to be in good health.