Five bloodied items discovered in “punishment” cellars three and four were located by the two sniffer dogs that are being used in the investigation.
Police are refusing to say what the items are. Some of the items are being examined in Jersey, while others will be sent to the UK for testing.
JEP reported Deputy police chief Lenny Harper as saying: 'All the finds could be significant but some could be extremely significant. And some could corroborate what some of the victims have been telling us went on in the cellars.'
In a statement released to the media following yesterday's revelation that the skull fragment found inside the building is now likely to pre-date the inquiry, Mr. Harper added: 'The site of the home must remain the scene of a possible homicide.'