Cops may bring in cadaver dogs to search for possible remains of other kids at 'house of horrors'

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Homicide detectives could use cadaver dogs to sniff for the remains of other children in the suburban Perris "house of horrors," according to a report.

A week after 13 children, ages 2 to 29, were found living in deplorable conditions in the Riverside County home, detectives have been in "serious discussions" to use the canines to search the home for any unknown children who may have been buried there, according to the syndicated news show Crime Watch Daily.

Detectives also were in talks about using DNA tests to confirm whether all 13 children were related.

An email Sunday from Fox News seeking comment from case investigators with the Riverside Sheriff's Office was not returned. Crime Watch Daily said the sheriff's office would not confirm its report.

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