Law enforcement and fire officials conclude search in Dwight murders
DWIGHT - In an update to a story that WAND brought to you on Sunday, Illinois State Police say they're processing items found during a search connected to shootings in Dwight that left a mother and daughter dead.
Over 100 law enforcement and fire officials participated in the search, which started at 8 a.m. Sunday. Officials covered about 26 acres in the Sheridan area, with the search concluding at 12 p.m. Authorities say the search was also focused on solving recent burglaries in Grundy County.
According to Illinois State Police spokeswoman Monique Bond, agencies the participated "are debriefing the results."
Donna Denker, 60, and Kelli Denker, 30, were killed June 14. Police say they've recovered a gun used in the shootings, but no arrests have been made.