The bodies of seven people, including two missing teenage girls and a convicted sex offender, were found Monday afternoon in a home in the small town of Enrieta, Oklahoma.

The bodies, believed to be those of 14-year-old Ivy Webster and 16-year-old Brittany Brewer, were found when officers searched the residence where 39-year-old Jerry McFadden, who had been convicted of sex offences, had been staying, he said in a news conference broadcast online by TV station TOTV in Tulsa by Okmalgee County Sheriff Eddie Rice.

The other bodies may be members of McFadden’s family, Rice said, noting that none of the bodies have been officially identified. identified by the county coroner.

The county had raised an alert earlier yesterday for the two missing teenage girls. They were last seen in Enrietta at 1:22 a.m. and may have been riding in a white Chevrolet Avalanche with McFadden.