CLEVELAND — The FBI evidence team returned to Seymour Avenue Wednesday afternoon with cadaver dogs in tow.
Hundreds of bags of possible evidence had been collected the day before and the Cleveland Division of Police announced no human remains had been found at the property.
Even the door through which Amanda Berry escaped had been ripped from its hinges to be examined.
Chains and ropes were also removed from the home.
Officials said the search of the home where the women were three women were held captive was over, but two adjacent properties were being searched.
Neighbors said Ariel Castro once owned those homes, but the current ownership status was unclear.
Castro has been charged with four counts of kidnapping and three counts of rape in the case.
On Monday, Berry attracted the attention of a neighbor who helped her escape and call 911.
Gina DeJesus, Michelle Knight and a child were also rescued.