WOODSTOCK, Ont. - Police in Woodstock, Ont., say they have found a body in the charred rubble of an apartment building destroyed in a fiery explosion over the weekend.

Crews are working to remove the unidentified remains from the debris so they can be sent for forensic examination in London, Ont.

Woodstock police chief Rod Freeman says they have notified the families of two people reported missing after Sunday morning's blast.

Police have been searching for Margaret Gillett, 73, and Bill Watmough, 79.

Five others who were previously unaccounted for have been found alive.

Investigators have yet to determine what caused the explosion, but say there's no indication of criminal activity.