Authorities in Mercer County tell 21 News that efforts will continue Tuesday to find a child still missing after last week's fire that destroyed a farmhouse in Delaware Township.

Mercer County Coroner John Libonati has confirmed to 21 News that the bodies of an adult male, an adult female, and two children were recovered in the ruins of a Delaware Township farmhouse destroyed by fire.  Libonati says authorities believe that one child is still missing.

Authorities say they will be sifting through the remnants of the home on Tuesday.

Although the coroner has not officially identified the bodies, a GoFundMe account has been set up by Rebekah Liese to pay for the funerals of her sister Liz Seltzer, and her three children Paisley, Ainsley, and Jordan.

The coroner has not officially identified the remains but says he will be examining dental records.

The first calls came in just after midnight Friday from someone driving by the home near the intersection of District and Redfoot Roads in Delaware Township, between Greenville and Mercer.

The State Fire Marshal is still trying to determine the cause of the fire that destroyed the home.

Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Explosives were also investigating.

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