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Investigators Digging Around Southeast Antelope Valley Home After Remains Found

It wasn't immediately clear whether they were human or animal, but a crew from the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department was investigating.

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    After the discovery of remains in the Southeast Antelope Valley Thursday near a burned-out shell of a home, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department was digging up earth around several spots.

    Investigators responded to the 30900 block of 106th Street in Littlerock, a small community roughly 60 miles northeast of Los Angeles, just after 4 p.m. 

    It wasn't immediately clear whether they were human or animal, but a crew from the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department was investigating. 

    While information was limited, a half dozen investigators could be seen digging and combing in one area next to the burned out home, and a scorched sedan. 

    Several other blue tents were set up around the burned down home, which was next to another home, located down a dirt road.