By Bria Brown

WEST BRANCH, Mich. (AP) — A northern Michigan sheriff said there are many “unanswered questions” after the bodies of a man, a woman and their young son were found over the weekend in a remote area.

The bodies were discovered Saturday by a snowmobiler in Ogemaw County. All three were outside a pickup truck, which appeared to be stuck on a rock, Sheriff Brian Gilbert said.

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Autopsies are scheduled for Wednesday, Gilbert said.

“We haven’t found anything else out,” the sheriff said Tuesday. “The autopsy will tell us the story. The unanswered questions will come out.”

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Amanda Pomeroy, Douglas Dougherty and son Jacob lived in Bay City and were reported missing on Jan. 16. The boy was under a year old. They were last seen visiting family in Ogemaw County.

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