Detectives are continuing to try and identify cremated remains found in the home of a former Dayton funeral home operator.
Ashes of 56 people were found inside the foreclosed home owned by former funeral director Scherri McLin and her sister.
So far, only 14 of the cremated remains have been claimed by families.
"For the past 10 years, every holiday, birthday or just when I felt like it, I would always come out here and decorate his grave, sit around sometimes. I'd bring the kids, so they could see their grandfather, you know, or great-grandfather. And it's really hard now, because I've been doing this for so long and just to find out that he's not even there," said Dellaina Grundy.
This is the latest incident that has involved McLin and the funeral home in recent years, during which she has lost her funeral director's license, the business' operating license, and this year a major lawsuit involving a client's family.
No charges have been filed in the case.
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