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Investigation continues after Ottawa teens' deaths

The bodies of Blake and Blaine Romes were found in a field near where they went missing in Putnam County. The bodies of Blake and Blaine Romes were found in a field near where they went missing in Putnam County.
PUTNAM COUNTY, OH (Toledo News Now) -

It has been four days since the bodies of two Putnam County teens who went missing were found along a rural road in the Ottawa area. The investigation continues with many questions unanswered and authorities keeping quiet.

Michael Fay, 17, is still behind bars, charged with grand theft. Authorities say he told them where to find the bodies of Blake Romes, 17, and Blaine Romes, 14.

No new charges have been filed against Fay, however, the Putnam County assistant prosecutor says more charges could be on the way.

The Putnam County Coroner's Office says it could still be a week before autopsy results for the Romes brothers are released.

We'll continue to follow this story and let you know as soon as we have more information.

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