UPDATE: Two human bodies found near Bemidji--"not a random act of violence"

BELTRAMI Co., MN (Valley News Live) - UPDATE: Monday morning, the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office got a call from a concerned person of a possible missing person. The caller said they had not had contact with their family member for about a week.

The caller described to deputies of a vehicle the missing person might be in and that they could be with someone.

Beltrami County Deputies started to investigate the call and around 6:00 Monday night, found the vehicle in question at the Palace Casino in Cass County, just east of Bemidji.

Deputies seized the vehicle as evidence and were able to identify two people of interest that were associated with the car.

Both the individuals were interviewed, which led investigators to believe a crime of violence happened at a home in the 6500 block of Highway 89 NE in Eckles Township.

On Tuesday February 5th, a search warrant of the home turned up human remains of two people inside.

One person of interest was placed under arrest for un-related criminal charges to this incident and is at the Beltrami County Jail.

The names of the person of interest, along with the person that was arrested will not be identified until they are formally charged.

The human remains have been taken to the Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office for an autopsy. One person is believed to be from the Twin Cities Metro area and the other is believed to be from Duluth.

ORIGINAL: The Beltrami County Sheriff's Department says that the human remains found Tuesday, February 5th just west of Bemidji belong to two separate people.

The names and genders of those found have not been released, however police say one person is from Minneapolis and the other is from Duluth.

A Minnesota coroner continues to examine the remains, and authorities are expecting more information on Thursday, February 7th.

A person of interest has been arrested at this time. Police do suspect foul play and assume this is not a random act of violence. There is no threat to the public at this time.

Stay with Valley News Live as we continue to learn new information.