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ANTIOCH, Calif. Investigators say they found a small bone fragment on the property of a Northern California couple charged with kidnapping a little girl and hiding her in their backyard for 18 years.
Authorities collected the fragment Wednesday while scouring Phillip and Nancy Garrido's property for evidence that may link the couple to two other child abductions in Hayward and Dublin in the 1980s. The Garridos are already charged with Jaycee Dugard's 1991 kidnapping.
Officials also probed a site next door and found bone fragments.
Hayward police said officials do not know if the bones are from a human or animal.
Police have said a bone fragment found during an earlier search of the neighbor's property is likely a human bone.