Police: Search for bodies is finished at Innis Park

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH)–Police say they are confident there are no more bodies to find at Innis Park in Columbus.

Officers took down the yellow crime scene tape Monday and removed equipment from the woods where they have been searching for the past five days after the discovery of two sets of human remains in side by side makeshift graves.

Police identified one of the victims as 17 year old Wilson Omar Villedo. Family members say Villedo disappeared November 14 from the family’s northeast side apartment.

The coroner referred to the second set of remains as skeletalized and said those remains have not been identified.

Family members say Villeda came to Columbus from El Salvador to be with his mother.

Yozelin Villedo says her cousin Wilson had stopped attending Beechcroft High school and had been hanging around with some bad people.

Sgt. Rich Weiner says they are investigating the bodies s homicides but declined to offer many specifics.

“We know that there are a lot of questions that you have as far as how this happened,”Weiner said. “Were they bound? Were they drugged? Were they dismembered? We can’t share any of that information simply because it’s part of the investigation.”

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