In pictures: The search for the missing trio in Cleveland, Ohio


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Three women presumed dead after being abducted separately 10 years ago have been found in a house close to where they were last seen.

Police in the city of Cleveland, Ohio said they had arrested three brothers as suspects in the triple disappearance, after a neighbour heard a woman screaming inside the house and came to her rescue.

Once the woman had been let out the house, she made a frantic phone call to police, identifying herself as Amanda Berry – the victim of a high-profile suspected abduction a decade ago

In a recording of the emergency call, which has since been released by police, the 26-year-old can be heard screaming: “Help me! I'm Amanda Berry... I've been kidnapped and I've been missing for 10 years and I'm here. I'm free now“.

The two women found with Berry were identified by authorities as Gina DeJesus, 23, who vanished in 2004 at age 14, and Michelle Knight, who was reported to have been 20 when she disappeared more than a decade ago.

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