Recovered: FBI Updates Missing Profiles

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(Courtesy: FBI.gov)

CLEVELAND — The word ‘recovered’ has been stamped over the photos of Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus on the FBI’s website.

The Cleveland women went missing as teenagers a decade ago and escaped a west side home on Monday.

Officials said it was possible they had been held on Seymour Avenue the entire time, but other details of their ordeal were still unknown.

Also recovered was a woman named Michelle Knight.  She was not listed on the FBI’s website.

Fox 8 News is working to learn more about her disappearance.

All three women were taken to MetroHealth Medical Center to be evaluated, where they were listed in fair condition, then released Tuesday morning.

Berry was last seen April 21, 2003 as she was headed home from her job at the Burger King on West 105th Street and Lorain Avenue.

It was the day before her 17th birthday.

DeJesus was 14 years old when she went missing on April 2, 2004.  She left school on Lorain Avenue and never made it home.

Three brothers, Ariel, Pedro and O’Neal Castro, were taken into police custody in connection with the case.  Their ages range from 50 to 54.

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