Tulsa homicide detectives are searching Paintball Adventures in Creek County for additional remains after a skull was found on Friday. The medical examiner has the skull and has determined through dental records that it is Cori Baker's.  News On 6 crime reporter Lori Fullbright reports detectives say it's rough going at 10242 South 49th W Avenue.

They're searching in very rough terrain; they say they can't walk two steps without having to go over a tree limb or around brush.

Detectives are searching because on Friday, a skull was found during an actual paintball game. However, the owner of the property says the area where the skull was, is not part of the actual game site and is a place that hasn't been disturbed in two years.

Detectives say the suspect who's been charged with Cori's murder, Marquis Bullock, was playing paintball at Paintball Adventures a month before Cori disappeared.

Bullock was supposed to have his district court arraignment on Monday, but court records show it's been postponed for one week.

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