Authorities have found two bodies buried on their property in Kentucky early Saturday morning.
The property located off of Pigeon Creek in Oil Springs belongs to Larry and Sandra Blanton who have been missing for over 6 months.
Authorities said that the bodies were found about four feet underground in the same hole behind a barn.
During their disappearance their son Willie Blanton was arrested for allegedly filling his parent's prescriptions and forging their checks.
"I've been told they think I did something with them," Willie told LEX 18 news last year.
In September, Willie told the police that his parents left in a blue Nissan "to get away" for awhile, reports the Lazer news. Willie, along with his girlfriend Amanda Fannin are considered a person of interest in the disappearance of Willie's parents.
"There's not going to be nothing found here. They're not here. No, Will would never hurt his parents," Fannin said during a search by authorities on the property.
The Blood Hound Search and Rescue team searched the 40 acres of the Blanton property for the missing couple that resulting in the dogs alerting at two places. One of them was the barn, reports WKYT news.
The Johnson County Sheriff Department has not confirmed the bodies belong to the Blanton's because they were badly decomposed, but did say it was a body of a man and a female. The police will wait for the medical examiner to identify them, although Sheriff Dwayne Price is confident they are the bodies of Larry and Sandy.
At the beginning of the month the relatives of the Blanton family began handing out posters of the missing couple that offered a reward of $10,000 for information to where they were.
Price said a tip led the police to investigate the property, again.
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