Jerry and Eve Cudahy have not been seen since fire razed their Beaverton farmhouse, about 110 kilometres north of Toronto. Two bodies were found in the smoking ruins and were sent for autopsy and identification, according to Durhamregion.com.
The fire early Sunday morning was spotted by a passing motorist but by the time firefighters arrived "the home was fully engulfed and partially collapsed," said Bryan Fischer, fire-investigation supervisor with the Ontario Fire Marshall's Office, which is investigating the blaze.
Durham Regional Police are also involved in the investigation. Police have not ruled out arson and homicide detectives have been assigned to the case, Sgt. Nancy van Rooy told the National Post.
“The cause of the fire and the cause of the deaths have yet to be determined,” she said.
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