CLEVELAND – Two more families received word that their loved ones remains were among the bodies discovered at the Cleveland home of accused serial killer Anthony Sowell, Fox 8 Cleveland reported.
Janice Webb, 48, who vanished in June, was revealed to be one of the victims.
"We're just devastated that she had to die in that manner, and we've been looking for her and putting fliers out since she's been missing this summer, and it's just devastating to hear she was one of the victims up there," Frances Webb, Janice Webb's sister, told Fox 8.
"Right now I'm thinking about her son and just to support each other to get through this situation," said Frances Webb.
Kim Yvette Smith, 44, was also identified among the remains at Sowell's Cleveland home, police said.
Smith was last seen in January, but she was not reported missing until last week.
Smith's name is the latest to be added to the list of victims whose remains were found at the house. Tonia Carmichael, Telacia Fortson, Tishana Culver, Nancy Cobbs, Amelda "Amy" Hunter, Crystal Dozier, Michelle Mason and Janice Webb have also been identified, police told Fox 8.
Authorities have recovered at least 11 bodies from Sowell's property.
"It just boggles the mind to even think that anything like this could happen in this time," said Frances Webb.