Remains of 2nd person found on Carolina property

n this Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016 photo, registered sex offender Todd Kohlhepp's home is searched by Spartanburg County Sheriff's deputies and his vehicles are impounded in Moore, S.C., after he was arrested earlier in the day. A woman who was "chained up like a dog" for weeks in a dark storage container was lured to her captor's South Carolina property for a cleaning job, a family friend said Friday as search teams digging up the area found one body and looked for more. Kohlhepp, 45, who has a previous kidnapping conviction as a teenager in Arizona, appeared at a bond hearing Friday in Spartanburg on a kidnapping charge. More charges will be filed later, the prosecutor told the court. (John Byrum/The Spartanburg Herald-Journal via AP)

WOODRUFF, S.C. (AP) — Authorities have found another body buried at the rural South Carolina property where a woman was found chained in a metal container.

Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright said Sunday human remains have been uncovered in one of the two places that Todd Kohlhepp pointed to as gravesites. Wright says “we’re not even close” on identifying the remains or cause of death.

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The exhumation of those remains and search for others will continue Monday at the 95-acre property near Woodruff.

Wright says Kohlhepp has not said who is buried in the gravesites he showed officers Saturday.

A body found on the site Friday has been identified as the boyfriend of the woman found a day earlier. Kohlhepp has confessed to gunning down four people at a motorcycle shop in Chesnee in 2003.

Wright says the investigation is extending to other properties Kohlhepp currently or used to own. Those properties are not limited to South Carolina.

He says the FBI and Homeland Security are involved.

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