Sixth Body Found at Annapolis, Maryland, Mansion Fire

PHOTO: Flowers and teddy bears have been left at the front gate of a waterfront mansion that was gutted Monday by a massive fire, Jan. 20, 2015, in Annapolis, Md.PlayPatrick Semansky/AP Photo
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A sixth body was recovered today from the scene of a mansion fire in Annapolis, Maryland, and all occupants of the home are now believed to be accounted for, the Anne Arundel County Fire Department said.

The first two bodies were found Jan. 21 and others were found on the following days.

Tech executive Don Pyle, his wife, Sandy Pyle, and four of their grandchildren were believed to have been inside the 16,000-square-foot mansion on Jan. 19 when the fire broke out, according to relatives and neighbors.

PHOTO: Lexi and Katie Boone, pictured here, were believed to be in an Annapolis, Maryland, mansion with their grandparents, Don and Sandra Pyle, when it burned to the ground on Monday, Jan. 19, 2015.Obtained by ABCNews
Lexi and Katie Boone, pictured here, were believed to be in an Annapolis, Maryland, mansion with their grandparents, Don and Sandra Pyle, when it burned to the ground on Monday, Jan. 19, 2015.

Operations at the scene will continue for two more days, the Fire Department said today.

PHOTO: The children, including Wes Boone pictured here, were staying with their grandparents for the long weekend. Obtained by ABCNews
The children, including Wes Boone pictured here, were staying with their grandparents for the long weekend.

Officials have not released a cause of the four-alarm blaze.

PHOTO: Investigators are searching for the cause of a fire that spread throughout Don and Sandy Pyles 16,000-square-foot home. Their granddaughter, Charlotte Boone, pictured here, is believed to have been in the house when the fire broke out.Obtained by ABCNews
Investigators are searching for the cause of a fire that spread throughout Don and Sandy Pyle's 16,000-square-foot home. Their granddaughter, Charlotte Boone, pictured here, is believed to have been in the house when the fire broke out.

Relatives of the victims thanked well-wishers last week in a statement. Attributed to "the Boone and Pyle families," the statement referenced four children -- Alexis (Lexi) Boone, 8, Kaitlyn (Katie) Boone, 7, Charlotte Boone, 8, and Wesley (Wes) Boone, 6 -- and the Pyles, who records list as the mansion's owners.

"We wish to express our gratitude and appreciation for the love and support being shared with us during this tragic event," the families said. "We are blessed that so many family, friends, and neighbors have come together for us in our time of need."

The statement added, "Our love for our family is boundless. Our loss demands time and quiet reflection to process these feelings. We ask that you respect our need for privacy.

‚ÄĚLife is fragile," the statement concluded. "Make time today to embrace your loved ones."

PHOTO: Don and Sandy Pyle are seen in this undated family handout.Obtained by ABC News
Don and Sandy Pyle are seen in this undated family handout.

ABC News' Dan Good, Gillian Mohney, Bazi Kanani, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.