One of the mobile homes had recently become vacant, and the owner was cleaning it up .
When the man opened it up, he found a box, and inside the box he found the "bones of a very young infant," . He continued to look, and found another plastic container with more remains inside, of a "similar-aged infant," before calling 911.
In 2008, the same man called police to report that he had found a suitcase in the same area, in an overgrown field a distance away from the mobile homes, while dumping leaves. When he used a knife to cut into the suitcase, a set of infant bones were found.
Police have contacted the two people -- a brother and sister -- who recently moved out of the trailer. The two have been cooperative with authorities, and they were interviewed separately, but both told police they had no idea the remains were there,
Authorities and the medical examiner's office remained at the scene Monday, and plan to use cadaver dogs at the site Monday afternoon in an effort to determine whether more remains were present.
"This ground is pretty brushy and overgrown," he said. A county work crew was brought in to carefully cut down the brush to aid the search, he said.