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Police to interview Cleveland women's kidnappers

  • Police are set to interrogate three male suspects over the abduction of three women for nearly a decade in Cleveland, Ohio.

    A judge has granted them an extra 12 hours to file charges. They now have until later this evening.

    All three women are reported to be in good health and have left hospital since being rescued on Monday.

    Amanda Berry, who vanished in 2003 at the age 16, managed to escape with a neighbor on Monday.

    Gina DeJesus, who went missing at the age of 14 in 2004, and Michelle Knight, who disappeared in 2002, aged 19, were also rescued from the property.

    School bus driver, Ariel Castro, and his brothers - Pedro, 54, and Onil, 50 - have been arrested.

    Police have confirmed a six-year-old girl, Jocelyn, who was found with the women, is Amanda Berry's daughter.

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