BUFFALO - Prosecutors in the Christopher Rossing death investigation are asking Minnesota dental offices to check their databases to see if they've done work on him.

Authorities believe bones and teeth found near the Robert Nuttal-Gwen Butcher residence in Hutchinson belong to Rossing.

Wright County Attorney Tom Kelly experts are analyzing the remains right now.

Kelly says friends and relatives of Nuttall and Butcher have to know more about Rossing's death and he's asking them to step forward with information.

Nuttall is jailed on kidnapping charges and Kelly says he will seek murder charges if testing confirms the remains are Rossing's.

Butcher is scheduled to appear in court this afternoon on charges of aiding an offender after the fact (Thurs1pm).

This story is courtesy of the Minnesota News Network.