Missing Girls Found After Ten Years

    **ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND, MARCH 18-20** Felix DeJesus, holding a banner showing his daughter's photograph, stands by a memorial in his living room Friday, March 3, 2006, in Cleveland.  Gina DeJesus has been missing since April 2, 2004. AMBER Alert was not used in the DeJesus case. Ten years after AMBER Alert began in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the system has been adopted in all 50 states and is being used for reasons beyond it's intended purpose of helping find children abducted by strangers. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

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    This should give hope to desperate families everywhere. Cleveland police say they've found three missing women who disappeared as teens from the same neigborhood around the turn of the century. Michelle Knight, now 32, disappeared in 2002; Amanda Berry, 27, was last seen in 2003; Gina DeJesus, 23, went missing in 2004. The women were found in a house along with several children after Berry made a frantic 911 call, saying she had been kidnapped, "missing for ten years," and knew she had been "in the news." The three women have since checked into a local hospital and three brothers have been arrested. Neighbors said the house was always dark, with boarded-up windows, and that a man always entered through the back door. 

    Were being kept in a house in Cleveland.

    Listen to Amanda Berry's 9-1-1 call.

    Read it at The Cleveland Plain Dealer