UNITY TOWNSHIP – Three bodies were found early Sunday in the rubble of a mobile home that was destroyed by fire during the night in Unity Township.

Six investigators, including two sergeants from the state Fire Marshal’s Office, were investigating the cause Sunday at the fire scene on Reynolds Road, said state Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland.

The three bodies were burned beyond recognition, he said. The home was occupied by two men and a woman, and all are unaccounted for, he said.

“The bodies have just been recovered; I assume they will be going to the Medical Examiner’s Office for positive identification, but I doubt that will happen today,” McCausland said Sunday.

“We’re going to try and confirm the identities of the two men and the woman who were living there, who are missing and presumably are the victims,” McCausland said.

Investigators will look for the source and the cause of the blaze and what time the fire started, he said.

“There’s not much to work with,” McCausland said.

The fire apparently broke out during the night but was not discovered until 10 a.m. Sunday when a passer-by spotted the smoldering rubble on the dead-end road, which is off Route 139 in Kennebec County, McCausland said.