Women who went missing as teens found alive in Cleveland

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Police in Cleveland, Ohio said two women who went missing as teenagers around 10 years ago have been found alive.

FOX 8 Cleveland reported that Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus were both found Monday at a home on Seymour Ave.; along with a third girl, Michelle Knight.

Police said Berry went missing on April 21, 2003 at age 16 after calling her sister to tell her she was getting a ride home from work at Burger King.

Authorities said DeJesus disappeared a year later in 2004 and was last seen leaving school on at age 14.

FOX 8 Cleveland reported that a 52-year-old suspect is reportedly in custody.

They will release more information at a press conference at 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Read more: FOX 8 Cleveland