July 12, 2014 6:40 pm
Updated: July 12, 2014 9:56 pm

Investigators returning to home of missing grandparents

WATCH: Today police have returned to the scene of the crime as the only person of interest in the investigation into the disappearance of the family has been released on bail for identity fraud charges. Jenna Bridges reports.

CALGARY – Investigators are returning to the scene of the crime in the disappearance of a five-year-old Calgary boy and his grandparents.

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Police say they will sweep the property of Alvin and Kathy Liknes as part of a three-pronged attack today, searching for more clues.

The couple and their five-year-old grandson, Nathan O’Brien, disappeared from the home on June 29.

Police say there is evidence a violent crime occurred there.

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Timeline: Search for missing Calgary family continues

Searchers also continue to comb the rural property of person-of-interest Douglas Garland near Airdrie, north of Calgary, as well as several surrounding acreages.

Police are also sifting through mounds of garbage at the Spyhill Landfill in northwest Calgary.

Garland was released from the Calgary Remand Centre Saturday after being granted bail. He was being held in custody on unrelated charges, including identity theft. Garland has a list of conditions he must follow and has been ordered to stay in transitional housing.

© The Canadian Press, 2014

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