|Autopsies being conducted on bodies found in Ohio|
|Written by Associated Press|
|Tuesday, 13 August 2013 05:06|
TALLMADGE, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say they've enlisted the help of entomologists and anthropologists to identify the decomposed remains believed to be those of a woman and a child found in a wooded area behind a northeast Ohio home.
The Summit County medical examiner's office began conducting autopsies Monday.
Police found the remains Saturday in Tallmadge, about 25 miles south of Cleveland. Lt. Ron Williams says a woman had called police after she visited her daughter's home and found in the backyard what she believed to be the bodies of her daughter and grandson.
Williams says a missing-persons case under investigation involves "suspicious circumstances" and people at the home near where the remains were found. He says police don't have a suspect in the case of the two bodies found.
Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.
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