During a search for the missing Taylor Pomaski, human remains were found, investigators said Friday.

After investigators as well as Texas EquuSearch scoured a site in north Harris County, the remains were found, said Sheriff Ed Gonzalez with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, reported Click 2 Houston.

The spot was identified during the investigation into the disappearance of Pomaski, according to ABC 13.

According to Gonzalez, the remains were found to be human, but cops are yet to know the identity. The HC Institute of Forensic Science will look into the remains for identification. Investigators believe the remains are connected to Pomaski, who was last seen on April 25 at a party that was held at her home. She disappeared "under suspicious circumstances," authorities with the Harris County Sheriff's Office had said earlier. Anyone who has information about her disappearance has been asked to contact the Harris County Sheriff’s Office or Texas EquuSearch.

In July, her father Stephen Pomaski told FOX 26 Houston that the 29-year-old had been dating former National Football League (NFL) player Kevin Ware Jr. for almost a year. After Pomaski went missing, Ware Jr. was considered a person of interest.

During a hearing on an unrelated case, the convicted felon was given no bond, and the judge said that it was "for the safety of the community." Ware Jr. was out on bond for that arrest when detectives said that his girlfriend went missing. Detectives still believe he is a person of interest in the disappearance case, but has not been charged in connection with it.

Coby DuBose, one of Ware Jr.’s defense attorneys, said in June that his client had been cooperative and that he had told the police everything that he knew and "he’s led them through his house," according to Click 2 Houston.

Ware Jr., who was wanted for bond violations, was arrested in June, and was picked up after driving over 115 miles per hour and was found with drugs as well as weapons. He is currently in the Montgomery County jail and is pending charges for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, a third-degree felony, and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, which is a first-degree felony.

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