EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A search for possible victims of a sex offender charged with killing 11 women and living in a Cleveland house amid their remains has expanded to his former home.
FBI agents with cadaver dogs searched Wednesday at the recently renovated East Cleveland home where 50-year-old Anthony Sowell lived before going to prison for 15 years for a 1989 attempted rape.
The search didn't immediately turn up any remains.
Sowell's home in Cleveland was searched for three weeks after police went there to arrest him Oct. 29 on a sexual assault complaint and found the first of 10 bodies and a skull.
He has been charged with 11 counts of aggravated murder and could face the death penalty if convicted.
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