Mobile County Sheriff's deputy Lt. Richard Cayton scans the waters of the Mississippi Sound Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008 from the top of the Dauphin Island Bridge in south Mobile County, Ala. Search crews in boats resumed looking Thursday for the bodies of four young children while a judge considered bond for their father, who is accused of throwing them from an 80-foot coastal bridge. (AP Photo/Press-Register, Bill Starling)
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) -- The search resumes in Alabama on Monday for the bodies of two children who were allegedly thrown from a coastal bridge by their father.
The bodies of two other children were found over the weekend.
The remains of a 3-year-old boy were recovered on Sunday, a day after a duck hunter found the body of the boy's infant brother.
Authorities say the remaining two bodies could be in the same area or shifted by current closer to the Alabama-Mississippi line.
The search began last Tuesday near the mouth of Mobile Bay after prosecutors said the father, Lam Luong, confessed.
Luong later recanted, claiming two Asian women took the children and never returned them.
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