August 28, 2009
Posted: 05:41 PM ET
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ANTIOCH — The home of Phillip Craig Garrido, the main suspect in the 18-year disappearance of Jaycee Dugard, is being sealed off so Pittsburg police can search for clues in a series of prostitute killings that occurred at the beginning of the decade, authorities said.
Contra Costa County sheriff's spokesman Jimmy Lee confirmed the pending search. Several women's bodies were found dumped near a Pittsburg industrial park where Garrido worked in the 1990s.
Garrido and his wife have been charged in the kidnapping and rape of Dugard, who gave birth to two daughters with Phillip Garrido while being kept secluded in a hidden backyard compound at his Walnut Avenue home in unincorporated Antioch.
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