A look inside the Page Blvd. home

(Western Mass News photo)

Investigators continue to search a home in Springfield where three bodies were found.

Neighbors on Page Boulevard said that ever since Wednesday night this investigation has taken a toll on them and they just want answers. Since Wednesday evening investigators have been combing the property of 1333 Page Boulevard in Springfield--the site where three bodies have been recovered.

[READ MORE: Investigators remain at Springfield home after three bodies were found]

Stacy Serrano has been living across the street of the house for more than 18 years.

She said it’s been a nightmare explaining to her two children what’s been unfolding.

"I never thought it would happen here its quiet everyone's close knit. The last three days have been really hectic, busy non-stop, police vehicles blocking traffic," said Serrano. The home is the last known address of Stewart Weldon.

Weldon was arrested by Springfield police on Sunday night after a routine traffic stop.

In the car, a woman told police she had been held captive for a month and beaten.

At the moment, Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni said Weldon is not being considered as a suspect in the connection to the bodies found.

[READ MORE: Man facing kidnapping charges has several prior arrests] "Everyone on the street knows each other. He [Weldon] was brand new for 18 months here. Saw him occasionally [he was] antisocial didn't think much of it. To see this it's so close I could throw a rock and be there," Serrano added. Neighbors told Western Mass News on Friday that they're ready for answers. "Waiting to see for them to give the final story and move on and everyone can mourn the three bodies, and hopefully no one else is injured," Serrano noted. Police have also taped off the neighboring home, and neighbors said they saw investigators searching through that property.

No word yet on their findings or if there is any connection.

Weldon is being held on bail on the kidnapping charges and the DA said the woman that was in the car with him at the time is safe.

Stay with Western Mass News both on-air and online as we continue to follow the latest developments on this story.

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