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Five fetuses found at the home of anti-abortion activist in Washington DC

Shocking discovery at the home of anti-abortion protester Lauren Handy comes the same day she was indicted with eight others on federal charges after storming a DC abortion clinic in October 2020

Police have discovered five fetuses at the home of an anti-abortion activist in Washington DC.

Officers were called to the home in the Capitol Hill area "to investigate a tip regarding potential bio-hazard material," the Metro Police Department said in a statement.

DC Police have not announced any arrests in connection with the fetuses, but said the investigation is ongoing.

CNN affiliate WUSA was on the scene and reported that the home was occupied by Lauren Handy, an anti-abortion activist.

The WUSA crew saw police removing evidence in red biohazard bags and coolers. WUSA reported that Handy declined to speak to them on-camera..

DC Police Executive Assistant Chief Ashan Benedict told reporters on Thursday that the fetuses were aborted in accordance with DC law.