The West Virginia State Police have yet to confirm the nature of a large response made Tuesday to a Beech, Calhoun County farm, but sources say no human remains were found on the property.

Several State Police cruisers, the Roane County Sheriffs Department, and a state medical examiner was on-scene at the William Denmark property most of Tuesday, likely following a lead.

Sgt. Michael Baylous, spokesperson for the State Police, did not respond to inquiries regarding the matter.

State Police did call for a tow truck Tuesday night, removing an ATV from the property.

Crime scene tape across the driveway to the property was removed.

The Herald received calls regarding the police presence, a number of neighbors expressing concern about the response and speculating that a search was on for human remains, with the presence of the medical examiner.

Beech is a rural area, accessed from US 33-119 at Liberty Hill, a short distance from Arnoldsburg.

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