Grandma: Missing Kan. mom was found dead on farm

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Investigators remove evidence from a home west of Ottawa, Kan., in Franklin County  and carry it to a command trailer Tuesday May 7, 2013.    The bodies of two adult men and one woman were found Monday on the farm.  (AP Photo/The Topeka Capital Journal,Chris Neal )
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Investigators remove evidence from a home west of Ottawa, Kan., in Franklin County and carry it to a command trailer Tuesday May 7, 2013. The bodies of two adult men and one woman were found Monday on the farm. (AP Photo/The Topeka Capital Journal,Chris Neal )

OTTAWA, Kan. (AP) — A grandmother of a missing Kansas woman says police have told her family that her granddaughter's body was one of three found this week on a farm.

Kaylie Bailey's grandmother, Wilma Pettijohn, told The Associated Press by phone Wednesday that police said they are still searching for her granddaughter's 18-month-old daughter, Lana.

Authorities say Bailey and her daughter were last seen May 1 at the farm in Ottawa where the bodies of a woman and two men were found earlier this week. Authorities haven't publicly identified any of the bodies.

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office says it located Bailey's vehicle Tuesday night in Emporia and brought in a man for questioning. It didn't identify the man.