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Just moments ago, authorities in California said two cadaver dogs showed interest in the same area of the property belonging to kidnapping suspects Phillip and Nancy Garrido, a possible indication that they've found human remains.
Investigators are looking for possible clues to the disappearance of two girls.
The Garridos have pleaded not guilty to kidnapping Jaycee Dugard and holding her captive for 18 years. Phillip Garrido is also facing rape charges. Investigators say he fathered Dugard's two children.
Dugard is back with her family and we've learned she and her daughter's will get another happy homecoming in the next couple of days. We'll tell you what that's all about tonight on 360°.
We'll also take you to Washington where House Speaker Nancy Pelosi got emotional talking about all the bickering over health care reform. Candy Crowley has the raw politics.
And, we have new details on the lab technician suspected of killing Yale grad student Annie Lay. He went from a "person of interest" today to an inmate.
Join us for these stories and more starting at 10pm ET.
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