Police were combing a property site in Fowler, IN Saturday morning; a site neighbors report may have contained human remains.
Local law enforcement were searching the yard that belonged to the daughter of 68-year-old Nena Metoyer who was reported missing several weeks ago.
Authorities are not saying much, but neighbors said they discovered what are believed to be human remains.
Detectives aren't saying much about where the remains were found or if they're the remains of Metoyer.
Police said Metoyer came to Fowler from Florida in late August to take care of her daughter, 49-year-old Teresa Jarding, who had been suffering from medical issues. One neighbor said she's lived in the neighborhood for nearly three years and had never met Jarding or her family.
Jarding died from medical complications just shortly after Metoyer was reported missing.
As reported earlier, Fowler police believe this case is related to a missing person case from Chicago.
51-year-old Milan Lekich was reported missing two years ago from Chicago and police said is Jarding's ex-husband. Earlier this week, a dismembered body was found inside the garage of the home where Lekich last lived. Police have still not confirmed that it is in fact the body of Lekich.