A look inside the Page Blvd. home

(Western Mass News photo)

Police continue to comb through the Springfield property of an alleged kidnapper where three bodies were found.

Investigators were back at that property on Friday, scouring the area and using ground penetrating radar equipment.

Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni said that the technology has allowed them to pinpoint areas of interest around the home at 1333 Page Boulevard where three bodies have been recovered.

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That house is the home of Stewart Weldon, who has been accused of kidnapping and raping a woman and while the D.A. has not connected Weldon to these bodies, he said that there are no known accomplices and no threat to the public.

Today, investigators could be seen scouring that Springfield home after a third body was found on the property on Thursday.

"If there are any other victims, we are going to find it or them," Gulluni noted.

Gulluni said that they have not yet identified the three bodies that were found at 1333 Page Boulevard.

It was a strange set of circumstances that brought police to the home after a traffic stop on Sunday.

"Even the most routine stops can lead to significant details and discoveries," Gulluni explained.

[RELATED: Man facing kidnapping charges has several prior arrests]

On Sunday, police pulled Weldon over for a broken taillight, which led to a chase and ended with Weldon crashing into a cruiser and fighting with officers.

A woman, who was a passenger in the car, said that Weldon allegedly kidnapped, sexually assaulted, and tortured her for about a month.

Weldon was arraigned on those charges on Tuesday with bail set at $1 million.

From there, Gulluni said that they received information that led them to the home and the discovery of two bodies on Wednesday and a third on Thursday.

Police have not called Weldon a suspect in relation to the bodies found at the home.

An eyewitness told Western Mass News that on Wednesday, they saw a woman and a young girl being walked out of the house by police. The girl was taken in a separate car from the woman.

Mass. DCF spokesperson Andrea Grossman told Western Mass News that the agency "took emergency custody of a child" who lived at 1333 Page Boulevard and that they are "investigating in collaboration with law enforcement."

Citing state and federal confidentiality requirements and pending investigations, DCF was not able to provide any additional information.

One neighbor described seeing a man who he thinks is Weldon on the property on Sunday with a shovel in hand.

"I see the guy all dirty and dark and I asked in my mind why are you dressed like that."

The three bodies are being examined by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Boston.

There is still no suspect in connection to the deaths. It is also unclear the relationship between those who were found dead at the home.

The woman from the initial traffic stop is still in the hospital today, but the D.A. said that she is expected to survive her injuries.

Gulluni is expecting to have more information from the ground penetrating radar within 24 hours and they expect to be here for many days to come.

Those who live in this neighborhood can expect those investigators to remain at the home for sometime.

Western Mass News will continue to follow this story and will have more information as it becomes available.

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