BuzzFeed Four Bodies Found In Maryland Mansion After Massive Fire

Authorities recovered two more bodies in the ruins of the multimillion dollar Annapolis home, bringing the total to four. A cybersecurity executive, his wife, and four relatives are feared dead.

Two more bodies were found in the burned wreckage of an Annapolis mansion on Thursday, bringing the total to four, the Associated Press reported.

Authorities said they have not identified if the bodies belonged to adults or children. Six people were unaccounted for after the fire, including homeowners Don and Sandra Pyle as well as their four grandchildren, who were between 6 and 8 years old.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

<h1>Six family members remain missing after their <a href="http://bit.ly/15wBD3D">multimillion dollar home</a> in Annapolis, Maryland, was destroyed in a massive fire early Monday.</h1>

Six family members remain missing after their multimillion dollar home in Annapolis, Maryland, was destroyed in a massive fire early Monday.

washingtonpost.com

“We know who's unaccounted for,” Captain Russ Davies, a spokesman for the Anne Arundel County fire department, told The Guardian. “If you look at the damage, you know, it would not be a stretch to think that if there were occupants that they did not survive the fire.”

In a press briefing Tuesday, fire official Captain Robert M. Howarth said they don't have “100% proof” of whether the six family members are in the house, but indicated that the house was the primary spot for locating them.

He did not confirm whether the fire was an accident or a result of criminal activity.

Howarth said that the entire 16,000-square-foot house had collapsed.


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