“Help me, I am Amanda Berry ... I have been kidnapped and I have been missing for 10 years.” With those words, the 27-year-old alerted the world to her plight—as well as to two other missing women. On Monday night, Berry broke through the door at the house where she is believed to have been held captive. Her screams got the attention of a passer-by, neighbor Charles Ramsey, who helped her pull out of the door. Berry had been missing since 2004, when she disappeared after leaving her job at a fast-food restaurant. When she told Ramsey her identity, he scarcely believed it—he later told reporters, “I thought that girl was dead.” Berry went to Ramsey’s house to call 911, where she identified Ariel Castro, 52, as her captor. Police found two other women at the house, Gina DeJesus, now 23 and missing since 2004, and Michelle Knight, a 32-year-old who disappeared in 2002. The three women all disappeared near the same location, and Castro’s two brothers also have been arrested in connection with the kidnappings. Also at the house was a 6-year-old girl, believed to be Berry’s daughter, although it’s unclear where she was born and who the child’s father is. Sources said Tuesday that all three women are believed to have been raped and that there were five pregnancies between them in the years they were held captive. The other babies did not survive.