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The Escape in Cleveland: Missed Clues?

Suspect Ariel Castro's license plate was reported to cops the day one of the women was kidnapped.
3:00 | 05/11/13

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To cleveland where there are brand new questions about possible warning signs missed that might have saved those women years earlier as amanda berry and her daughter born in captivity gather at this house for mother's day weekend. gina DeJesus joins her own mother for mother's day dinner at their home. Alex perez has been there with growing questions about the opportunities missed. Reporter: In cleveland a march in honor of amanda berry, gina DeJesus and michelle knight. Michelle was released from the hospital friday night and she now wants to spend time with her friend gina, their bond strengthed from years spent in that small bedroom. From around the world donations, gifts and offers of counseling are pouring into this community to help the women begin a new chapter. Tonight new questions on what police may have known about castro who worked as a school bus driver. In 2004 investigators showed up at his doorstep after he was accused of leaving a child on a school bus. No one opened the door. And in 2008 this one in with the law captured on dash cam video after castro who was riding a motorcycle w over and released for not wearing a helmet. Tonight these brothers have more questions. They say ten years ago they saw gina DeJesus moments before she vanished and the man in a grey suv with ohio tag elliott c talking to her. They say they called the police hotline. Reporter: Do you feel they believed you and were listening to you? I don't believe they listened to me at all or checked it all. Reporter: This commander worked the case and said there's no record of that call. I know the guys involved in the investigation and they would not have left those kind of things go. They would have checked it out and vetted it out totally and completely. Reporter: Continue here on seymour street that infamous house is completely boarded up to preserve evidence.

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