The bodies of a missing Ohio couple were found in separate homes after they were shot to death.

The bodies of Todd Burkhart, 28, and Kyla Hayton, 20, were found three days apart in two vacant houses on the same street in Dayton, Ohio. Burkhart’s body was first found Friday night while Hayton’s was discovered Monday. Hayton was five-months pregnant.

Both Burkhart and Hayton were from Mansfield, Ohio, which is more than 130 miles from Dayton.

Coroners revealed Burkhart and Hayton both died as a result of "multiple gunshot wounds." The couple had been reported missing on Nov. 16, which was the same day a coroner ruled they had died.

Dayton Police will not disclose if the same weapon was used to shoot both Burkhart and Hayton.

A man identified as Larry Rodgers, 30, was identified as a person of interest in the couple’s deaths and is in police custody on weapon possession charges. Dayton Police said Rodgers and Burkhart reportedly knew each other from prison, where Burkhart served seven years for burglary and attempted arson.

“At this time Mr. Rodgers is our sole person of interest,” Dayton Police Lt. Jason Hall told the Dayton Daily News.

The couple was reported missing the night after dropping off Hayton’s 4-year-old daughter, Ariella, with family. They reportedly planned to pick her up the next day but never returned for her. Relatives told police the couple was looking to buy an AK-15 assault rifle.

On Nov. 20, police in Dayton found a 2003 Toyota Corolla, which belonged to Hayton’s father. The couple had reportedly been driving the car the night they disappeared. The driver’s side window was found broken with glass and clothes scattered.

“Unfortunately, this is not the outcome we had hoped for, and we ask that you keep both families in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time,” Mansfield Police Capt. Shari Robertson said.

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