SkyNews 10:54am UK, Sunday August 30, 2009
Police questioning a couple accused of holding Jaycee Lee Dugard in a ramshackle compound behind their home have extended their search to a property next door.
Pictures have emerged of the secret area where Jaycee was allegedly imprisoned, raped and shut off from society for almost two decades after being kidnapped aged 11.
The News of the World has published the first pixellated photo of the two girls who were born inside.
Police have now expanded the boundaries of the crime scene to include the house next to the Garridos' in Antioch, northern California.
Neighbours identified Damon Robinson as a resident of the house.
Mr Robinson has said he lived there for more than three years and it was his then-girlfriend in 2006 who called police after she saw tents and children in the backyard.
While hidden from the outside world, prosecutors say Jaycee was raped and had two children by Phillip Garrido, a 58-year-old convicted sex offender.
Photographs published in newspapers revealed Ms Dugard - now aged 29 - and her two daughters were forced to live in squalid conditions.
Mattresses, small chairs and piles of books and toys were strewn across what looks like a dilapidated campsite.
Hanging in branches near one of the tents are windchimes and a "welcome" sign.
Garrido was arrested last week with his 55-year-old wife, Nancy.
He was named by police as a "person of interest" in an investigation into the unsolved murders of a number of prostitutes in the 1990s.
Several of the women's bodies were dumped near an industrial park where Garrido worked during the 1990s.