Search at Gacy's mother's house turns up no bodies
March 26, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A search at the former home of infamous serial killer John Wayne Gacy's mother did not turn up any evidence of human remains.
The Cook County Sheriff's Office said that highly trained dogs, radar and what's called "infrared thermographic imaging" techniques were used to search the property in the 6100-block of West Miami in Chicago.
Gacy was convicted of murdering 33 young men and boys in the 1970's.
Many were buried in the crawl space of his home.
- Dangerous cold for Bears game
- Deer falls through ice in Willow Springs
- Passengers stranded overnight at O'Hare airport 26 min ago
- ABC7 Weather Forecast
- Waukegan police search for suspect in sex assault
- $100M investment proposed for Gary Airport
- Mom wants justice in toddler's dog death
- Illinois man charged with animal cruelty defends actions
- Sen. Kirk undergoes gall bladder surgery
- Chicago teachers rally for education issues
- Stained-glass exhibit opens in Chicago pedway
- Tilting tourist attraction may come to Hancock Center
- Vaccinate Illinois Week kicks off to promote flu shots
- abcnews: Most Popular Gifts: 2013 vs. 1913