(CNN) -- Officials have no indication that anybody living near the Cleveland home where three women were believed to have been held captive for years ever called authorities about anything suspicious there, city public safety director Martin Flask said. Flask said that assessment is based on an initial review of city databases; officials will continue to examine the databases, he said.
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