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Cleveland Welcomes Home Missing 3
CLEVELAND (Tara Morgan) -- The shocking details in the high profile kidnapping and rape case that's captured the world's attention is bringing people to tears.
According to court documents, the women were raped repeatedly while in captivity for ten years.
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight escaped the home on Seymour Avenue Monday.
Suspect Ariel Castro is charged with four counts of kidnapping and three counts of rape.
"I just couldn't even imagine the past ten years what my life would have been locked up like a dungeon like an animal," said Angela Garuccio.
Police say Berry, DeJesus and Knight never left Castro's property and had only been allowed outside twice in ten years.
"We were told they left the house and went into the garage in disguise," said Cleveland Deputy Chief, Ed Tomba.
Wearing hats and wigs, according to police.
Police say Castro called the shots and that no one got inside his house without a phone call first.
"They sat there like prisoners it's really sad it hurts me really bad to know that these girls went through that be chained up like prisoners," said Garuccio.
Monday was the first escape attempt said police.
"Something must have clicked and she saw an opportunity," said Tomba.
Castro is expected in court Thursday morning.