OIL SPRINGS, Ky. (AP) - A coroner has confirmed the identities of two bodies found on property owned by a missing eastern Kentucky couple.
Johnson County Coroner J.R. Frisby told the Lexington Herald-Leader (http://bit.ly/ZGeUO6) that autopsy results found the bodies were those of the owners, Larry and Sandra Blanton.
They had been reported missing in September. Their bodies were found buried behind a horse barn on property in Oil Springs that belonged to them.
Police have called the couple's disappearance suspicious.
Information from: Lexington Herald-Leader, http://www.kentucky.com
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According to our CBS affiliate in Lexington, KY, two bodies were located on property owned by a missing couple from Johnson County.
The couple has been missing since last September.
According to the Johnson County Sheriff, the bodies were found on the property of Larry and Sandra Blanton.
Not many details are being released right now, but authorities say more information will be released after the coroner has completed his report.
The disappearance of the Blanton couple is considered suspicious, according to police.
Willie Blanton, the couple's son, has been considered a person of interest in the case. Willie is currently in jail on unrelated charges.
Willie Blanton's girlfriend Amanda Fannin has also been considered a person of interest in the case. Police say she has previously been jailed on drug charges.
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