CLEVELAND -- Three missing women rescued Monday after going missing for a decade have been released from the hospital and taken to a secure location.
A police source close to the investigation tells WKYC that Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight are under police guard and will be interviewed by officers. They left the hospital early Tuesday morning.
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"We join the community in celebrating the safe return of these three women," a press release from MetroHealth states.
Police will also interview the three brothers taken into custody, including Ariel Castro who owned the house where the women were found. No charges have been filed as of Tuesday morning. Police named Castro and his two brothers as the men arrested during a morning news conference.
The police official described Castro as someone who "lived a double life. He is a demon."
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