CLEVELAND -- The rescue of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight has focused attention on the missing persons cases still open in the City of Cleveland.
The three women had been missing for a decade when they were rescued from a house on Seymour Avenue on May 6.
Tonight from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cleveland Police, the FBI and RTA police will staff two mobile command centers on each side of town.
The command posts will be meeting points for people to come to and provide any information they feel they have that may be pertinent to missing persons investigations.
The west side command post will be set up at Seymour Avenue at Scranton Road.
The east side command post will be set up at East 93rd Street at Heath Avenue.
The Cleveland Police Department has a missing persons website.
In addition, the FBI will mark National Missing Children's Day on May 25 with an event at Westtown Shopping Center at W. 110th and Lorain.
Child identification kits will be handed out at the event between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.