Authorities have found more evidence in the Ariel Castro case, and are trying to find out if he had more victims.
NewsChannel 5 reports the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) is receiving new evidence as investigators continue to look into the case.
BCI is checking DNA, fingerprints, guns, and other evidence.
Castro is accused of abducting three women and holding them in captivity in his Cleveland home for more than a decade. He pled not guilty Wednesday to 329 counts related to their abduction, including an aggravated murder charge for the death of the fetus of one of the female victims.
The TV station says there is no timetable for processing the evidence because it continues to pile up.
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