Law enforcement says two adults in Colorado are charged with the deaths of two children after police found the remains of one child in a metal container filled with concrete. Officers say a further investigation led to the discovery of the remains of another.

The report states that 35-year-old Jesus Dominguez and 36-year-old Corena Rose Minjarez were named as persons of interest when a child’s remains were located in a metal container at a storage unit in Pueblo in late January.

At that time, law enforcement was searching for two children last seen in the summer of 2018: Yesenia and Jesus Jr. Dominguez.

During the investigation, law enforcement located a vehicle belonging to Minjarez at a scrap yard in Pueblo. Police executed a search warrant and located a suitcase in the trunk containing the remains of Yesenia Dominguez. Officers say other remains found in a container were identified as Jesus Dominguez Jr.

Minjarez and Dominguez face charges including murder and abuse of a corpse. They are each being held on a $2 million bond.