Bodies identified as Colorado man's missing wife and daughters

Shanann Watts planning gender reveal party before her alleged murder

Colorado girls’ bodies were submerged in crude oil 4 days

Watts is the sole suspect in the murder of his pregnant wife and two daughters.

The woman's body was found on the property of a petroleum and natural gas exploration company, Colorado Bureau of Investigation Director John Camper told reporters Thursday.

"I love you so much and so grateful you hung around when I tried pushing you away in the beginning!"

Christopher Watts is accused of killing daughters Bella, four, Celeste, three, and his pregnant wife Shanann, 34, in their home in Frederick, Colorado, on Monday.

She had just returned home from a business trip before she went missing from Frederick, Colorado on Monday.

According to a June 2015 bankruptcy filing, Christopher Watts had gotten a job six months earlier as an operator for Anadarko, and paystubs indicate his annual salary was about $61,500.

Chris and his daughters - 4-year-old Belle and 3-year-old Celeste - were just at Jeremy's house for his son's birthday party.

Ms Watts had worked in a call centre at a children's hospital at the time.

CNN affiliate KMGH aired video showing Chris Watts' pickup truck being towed from the family's home overnight, as well as investigators removing items from the house in garbage bags.

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They also had some student loans and medical bills for a total of $70,000 (£54,876) in unsecured claims on top of a sizeable mortgage.

Details about what led police to arrest Watts late Wednesday night on suspicion of three counts of murder and tampering with evidence likely were to be revealed next week. "Then I met you!" she continued.

In a statement to CBS4, Shanann Watts's family said her husband confessed to the killings. A TV station, Denver 7, said Watts has confessed to the freaky killings.

That expert, Richard Eikelenboom, stated, "I have a lot of experience taking samples from dead bodies getting good results after strangulation".

Chris Watts' lawyers asked that specific DNA testing be performed and that they be allowed to have a defense expert present for all scientific testing.

A company spokeswoman confirmed that Chris Watts used to work there but declined to say when his employment ended or what role he served.

In a second motion, obtained by KDVR, defense attorneys asked the court to compel the coroner's office to look for DNA under the mother's fingernails and on her hands.

A judge ordered Chris Watts be held without bail and told prosecutors to file charges by Monday afternoon, so that a hearing could begin Tuesday. "Please bring them back". "She wasn't here. The kids weren't here".

Authorities are expected to file formal charges Monday against Watts, who authorities said dumped his wife and daughters' bodies on the property located just outside Frederick, a small town on the grassy plains north of Denver where fast-growing subdivisions intermingle with drilling rigs and oil wells.

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