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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

Clevelander Charles Ramsey quickly shot to fame after he helped rescue three women being held against their will at a home on Seymour Avenue on Monday.

Ramsey heard Amanda Berry, missing since 2003, screaming for help at his neighbor's house. Ramsey helped Berry break down the door and run to freedom.

Berry, her young daughter and missing women Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were finally free after spending years in captivity.

Due to Ramsey's bravery and charm, he has become an Internet sensation.

Artwork by Cleveland's own Okpants designed the t-shirts with 100% of the profits going directly to the families of Berry, DeJesus and Knight. 

You may purchase a shirt HERE or at Hodges Restaurant on Euclid where Ramsey is employed.

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