PAYNESVILLE, Minn. -- Doug Voss got a phone call last week from his wife that would change his life.
Investigators wanted to dig for stolen property buried on their Paynesville, Minnesota farm. The couple soon figured out the real reason for the search: to find Jacob Wetterling's remains.
Danny Heinrich, who confessed to abducting and killing Wetterling last week, led investigators to the site as part of a plea deal on unrelated federal child porn charges.
After two days of searching, they found Jacob's remains and some of his clothing.
"I know of no connection, any reason why he would have chosen this site for any reason really. Outside of location and proximity to where he lived, probably a place where he passed by or had passed or knew very well just from driving down the road like so many," Voss said during an interview Thursday.