CLEVELAND -- The FBI says no bodies turned up in a search of the former home of an Ohio serial killing suspect who later lived on another property that held the remains of 11 women.
Agents led two search dogs on Wednesday around the East Cleveland property where 50-year-old Anthony Sowell lived before going to prison for 15 years for a 1989 attempted rape.
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Agents took some items, but FBI spokesman Scott Wilson declined to identify what. He says there are no plans to resume the search.
Sowell has been charged with 11 counts of aggravated murder after the bodies were found at his Cleveland home. He could face the death penalty if convicted.
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