At the very least a person system had been found Thursday buried at the rear of a house on the city’s West Facet and there quite possibly could be more, The Dispatch has figured out. 



a person standing next to a fence: Around 11 p.m. Wednesday, law enforcement was called to the 2400 block of Sullivant Avenue. It appears the investigation is focusing on an alley behind Sullivant Avenue. to be focusing their investigation


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All over 11 p.m. Wednesday, regulation enforcement was called to the 2400 block of Sullivant Avenue. It seems the investigation is focusing on an alley guiding Sullivant Avenue. to be focusing their investigation

Columbus law enforcement and Homeland Safety brokers arrived about 11 p.m. Wednesday with a research warrant for a pink duplex dwelling and home at 2448-2450 Sullivant Avenue.  The investigation appears to be focusing on the rear of the home off an alley that goes concerning South Eureka  and South Wayne avenues, then extends behind the residences on all those two streets.

Satellite pictures by way of Google and a Dispatch reporter at the scene show there are two dump vehicles parked behind the house amid a clutter of other merchandise, and there is a shed or outbuilding in one corner close to the alley.  It appeared authorities may possibly have been digging by means of a concrete ground slab in that composition, although that could not right away be verified.



a fire hydrant on the side of a building: Alley at 2460 Sullivant Ave.


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Alley at 2460 Sullivant Ave.

An investigator from the Department of Homeland Stability reported any facts about the operation at the Sullivant Avenue Dwelling will be launched later on by the U.S. Attorney’s Business office for the Southern District of Ohio.  

The Ohio Bureau of Prison Investigation, the Franklin County Coroner’s office environment and a Columbus Division of Fireplace major rescue truck were among the other agencies on the scene Thursday. 



a truck is parked on the side of a road: A Columbus Division of Fire heavy rescue truck is among the vehicles on the scene Thursday at a home on the 2400 block of Sullivant Avenue, where at least one body has been discovered.


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A Columbus Division of Fireplace significant rescue truck is between the motor vehicles on the scene Thursday at a household on the 2400 block of Sullivant Avenue, in which at minimum one body has been uncovered.

The household in which authorities have been concentrating appeared to have upstairs and downstairs rental units. The mailbox was complete and there was a protection digital camera at the entrance entrance of the house. 



graphical user interface, map: A satellite view of the home at 2448-2450 Sullivant Ave. where Columbus police, U.S. Department of Homeland Security and other law enforcement have found at least one body buried at the rear of the property near the alley.


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A satellite see of the property at 2448-2450 Sullivant Ave. the place Columbus law enforcement, U.S. Division of Homeland Security and other legislation enforcement have observed at the very least one particular overall body buried at the rear of the house around the alley.

Handful of information about the investigation have been launched. Multiple resources have emphasised to The Dispatch that this investigation is not linked in any way to the Jan. 6 gatherings at the U.S. Capitol or any potential demonstrations this impending weekend.

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