Transcript for ‘Remains of children’ found in missing siblings’ case
Back now with a sad development in the case of those Idaho siblings. Their grandparents believe the remains found on the property of Chad daybell are those children and Marcus Moore has the story. Good morning, Marcus. Reporter: Well, George, good this is the outcome no one was wanting, the desperate search for these missing siblings has been on since September and it appears to have come to a tragic end. This morning, a potentially devastating end to the search for Idaho siblings tylee Ryan and J.J. Vallow. Family members saying two sets of human remains were found on Chad daybell's property Tuesday belonging to Lori Vallow's missing children. We are filled with unfathomable sadness, the family says. To assure he's not a flight Reporter: The family's statement comes as Chad daybell made his court appearance Wednesday. He appeared via livestream dressed in a gray and white striped jumpsuit. Daybell saying few words, only giving short responses to the judge. Do you understand the allegations on both counts that have been brought against you? I do. Reporter: Daybell charged with two counts of destruction, alteration or concealment of evidence. The judge setting his bail at $1 million after prosecutors argue the manner in which one of the bodies was concealed was, quote, particularly egregious. It's not simply documents, drugs, a gun. These are human remains answer aware these human remains are the remains of children. Reporter: Daybell's wife Lori behind bars since February awaiting trial on charges relating to tylee and j.j.'s disappearance. She has pled not guilty. J.j.'s grandparents Kay and Larry woodcock first sounded the alarm to authorities after not seeing them for two months. During that time daybell and Vallow traveled to Hawaii seen smiling. Vallow lied to them about j.j.'s whereabouts during a welfare check and the next day they returned to Hawaii where they lived for several months refusing to comment on the children. What happened to J.J.? Reporter: When Vallow was arrested in February daybell insisted the kids are safe. Is there anything that you would like to say to people at all number one concerned about the kids or you and your wife, anything at all you want to say to them? Just grateful for any support. We just have to wait for the legal process to work through. Reporter: Now, the case continues and positive I.D. On the remains as well as an autopsy are still pending and this morning Vallow and daybell are in jail each being held on $1 million bail and daybell is expected back in court in early July. Amy. All right, we appreciate that, Marcus, thank you.
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