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-- now urging people with missing loved ones to never stop pushing the police department to find them.
According to the city of Cleveland there are 96.
Open missing person cases in northeast Ohio right now -- we will look at all those red -- -- every one of them.
Has a family attached to them and this is one of them this is a missing teenager actually Summers.
They are hoping her family -- at the FBI can connect Turkey's perhaps to the suspect aerial Castro.
She was last seen July 20 2007.
She was fourteen.
Same ages chanting his -- when she disappeared and vanished from the same neighborhood.
As the three women who were found alive this week meanwhile the lead prosecutor on this case is now asking the public to be patient.
As this investigation.
I ask for everyone's patience to avoid damaging the investigation.
-- the victim.
The victims in this case have gone through a dramatic.
Decade long ordeal.
That few among us.
Are capable of ever understanding.
The FBI victims assistance specialist -- informed us that the victims desperately need space and time.
These victims need to be decompress.
They need a chance to heal before we speak further.
In -- evidence from them.
It is imperative that the community an -- be respectful these young women and their families and give them and their families to privacy they need and they deserve.
-- -- to put the pieces back together do you allow -- joins me now.
He's -- former first grade detective and dead at the -- city police department also the president.
Of Alba investigations you say you know this is a happy story for you really you've seen too many -- and then this way.
Right because that I work on our you know 99%.
Dead you know murder is something along those look at the other.
You know when I read it says -- -- found three missing girls and at this the last word was alive I couldn't believe it -- to me this is a really happy story.
However there's a lot to be done that.
Like the families of -- Summers and all of these other red dots that we see on his Cleveland map.
It didn't do you think that this will lead that they that he did have other involvement in some of these other cases based on -- work.
You know they had a chance to interview him so they interviewed a man and they finish with the interview and I don't know if they found anybody else but.
You -- you have to go you have to keep on him and find out you know was there anybody else that he try anybody else was that other.
Girl that's missing fourteen year old that he tried.
Her at all or did something to work and you know just because he couldn't take her back to the house maybe there's something to work so all these things have to be found out and that's why it takes time to -- all the girls -- and then the the police department to get everything in all the the crime scenes together so it's a Lotta Lotta work to put together.
You know it makes you wonder how about these investigations.
And and the police and whether or not.
There were things that were overlooked and does it change when this happens in your precinct.
And -- others across the country take a look at this does it change the way these investigations.
Go or it -- when there is a call how closely some of these houses might be looked -- You only this not only happens in Cleveland this happens in all over and I just Arsenault all based go all the world so it past the change YE.
Does this -- -- -- three women three young girls captive in his house and nothing happens.
The police have to do their job however these cases are part community and point my job -- -- times did did please roses are either of you know reactive rather than proactive meaning.
That they have to be told something is going on and and they they they do something about it.
But it's both the community and the police have do things change after this of course let's find out you know who's missing I think go to Michelle night.
At the time she had a problem with the parents and you know they thought he ran away -- that she had run away so you really have to listen to the families and and -- and you know what you.
I think they need look more training with the police regarding this -- for.
-- -- think about terrorism and it's been selling green and everyone if you see something say something -- but there's there's an inclination when it's in someone's backyard or that the crazy reports that we've heard in the groceries that we're going downstairs and all of that.
In that case as well you have to if it is not being -- nosy neighbor.
Right -- you have to you have to call and you have to do anything.
You don't want but a kidnapping is is kidnapping -- -- -- -- this guy kidnapped but sometimes you kidnap for ransom -- political reasons this kid that if for his own satisfaction.
And -- wanted to -- ways that you control people is you kidnapped woman.
Blindfold -- and go for you know for days -- let me go to -- keep my closet so -- they become.
Like totally under your control and I want to live as is what Hampton -- -- whether it.
-- -- -- -- -- I -- awful story and all the work these -- have to do to get back to some normalcy and we wish -- And their families -- thank you very much of season --
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