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Nov 11, 2009 12:32 PM by Associated Press

Crews search next door to Ohio home with 11 bodies

Cleveland police are planning to search next door to the house where 11 bodies have been found.

Police Lt. Thomas Stacho says the house next to murder suspect Anthony Sowell's will be searched Wednesday for more bodies or evidence. He calls the search a "precaution."

Sowell has been charged with five counts of aggravated murder. He was indicted Monday on one count of attempted murder, two counts of rape, two counts of kidnapping and two counts of felonious assault in an alleged attack Sept. 22 that led to the search of his home.

Stacho says city crews are cleaning up debris at the house next door and preparing for FBI agents to conduct a thermal-imaging search of the property.

Court records do not reflect that an attorney has been appointed to Sowell.

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