A multi-county child abuse investigation in Northern California has led to the discovery of two bodies in a storage unit, authorities said.

Tami Joy Huntsman, 39, and Gonzalo Curiel, 17, of Quincy, were booked into the Plumas County Jail on charges of felony child abuse, torture and mayhem, the Redding Police Department said in a statement.

“Further investigation ultimately led to the discovery of two deceased juveniles inside of a storage unit in the city of Redding,” the statement said. Police said the case was being investigated as a homicide pending completion of autopsies. The identities of the victims were not released. Quincy is about 140 miles east of Redding, which is in Shasta County.

A third abused child was hospitalized with undisclosed injuries, KSBW-TV reported. The station, citing police sources, said the children who were found dead were siblings ages 5 and 3.

Redding, with a population of about 90,000, is about 200 miles north of San Francisco.

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