CLEVELAND -- Cleveland Safety Director Martin Flask says no human remains have been found at the house where Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight escaped.
The city said on-line that a thorough search of the scene at 2207 Seymour did not reveal human remains.
Officials confirmed to Tom Meyer, The Investigator, the three women were forced to have sex with their captors and that the pregnant women were beaten and the babies didn't survive.
The three escaped Monday night.
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