Ohio

No human remains found on property of Ohio slaying suspect

FILE - This undated file booking photo provided by the Fulton County Sheriff's Department shows James Worley. Worley, who spent three years in prison after the 1990 abduction of a female cyclist, was arrested July 22, 2016, three days after University of Toledo student Sierah Joughin disappeared and the same day her body was found in a northwest Ohio cornfield. Worley was charged with aggravated murder on July 26, 2016, and a spokeswoman for the Ohio Attorney General's Office said Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, that no human remains were found during a late July search of Worley's property outside Delta, Ohio. (Fulton County Sheriff's Department via The Blade via AP, File)

FILE - This undated file booking photo provided by the Fulton County Sheriff's Department shows James Worley. Worley, who spent three years in prison after the 1990 abduction of a female cyclist, was arrested July 22, 2016, three days after University of Toledo student Sierah Joughin disappeared and the same day her body was found in a northwest Ohio cornfield. Worley was charged with aggravated murder on July 26, 2016, and a spokeswoman for the Ohio Attorney General's Office said Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, that no human remains were found during a late July search of Worley's property outside Delta, Ohio. (Fulton County Sheriff's Department via The Blade via AP, File)  (The Associated Press)

Authorities say no human remains have been found during a search of property owned by a man charged with abducting and killing a college student whose body was found in a northwest Ohio cornfield.

A spokeswoman for Ohio's attorney general said Wednesday the search of 57-year-old James Worley's property in Delta ended last week. Worley is charged with aggravated murder in the slaying of 20-year-old University of Toledo student Sierah Joughin (JAW'-gihn). Her body was found July 21, two days after being reported missing. She was last seen riding a bicycle near her hometown of Metamora.

Worley spent three years in prison for abducting a woman on a bicycle in 1990. Authorities worried there might be other victims after finding a hidden room with restraints on Worley's property.

His defense attorney didn't immediately respond to a message left Wednesday.