A bulldozer has returned Wednesday morning to the back yard of a home next door to where remains of 11 women were found on Imperial Avenue.

Investigators are in the back yard of a vacant home that was searched on Monday. The home is newly renovated, the owner said. Because of the renovations, debris was thrown in the back yard and crews are working to remove it as part of the search.

Earlier Wednesday, the scene had been quiet after police blocked the street off because so many onlookers were flocking to the location to see the home.

Meanwhile, Anthony Sowell, 50, has been charged with five counts of aggravated murder.

The Cuyahoga County Coroner’s Office is closed for Veterans’ Day so it is unlikely that either of the two bodies left to be identified will be identified Wednesday.

A vigil is set for 6 p.m. Thursday. Organizers are asking mothers of missing loved ones to show up at East 130th Street and Imperial Avenue and march to the crime scene.