CLEVELAND -- Michelle Knight returned to Seymour Avenue this morning, not only to view the demolition of the house where she was held captive for 11 years, but to also offer support for those still missing.
Knight arrived back at the house formerly owned by Ariel Castro carrying a bouquet of yellow helium-filled balloons. She said they represented those still out there waiting to be found.
Knight offered a prayer for the missing and told their families to have hope.
Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus were rescued from the house on May 6. Demolition crews reduced the house to a rubble pile in about an hour's time.
Castro is serving a life prison term plus 1,000 years after pleading guilty to more than 900 charges. The demolition comes less than a week after he was sentenced.