UNITY TOWNSHIP — The State Fire Marshal’s Office released the names today of three people who are still missing following last weekend’s mobile home fire in Unity Township.

But so far, authorities have not positively identified the bodies found in the burned out mobile home March 13.

Fire marshals say the three people who occupied the mobile home were Peter Kavin, 56, and Rosalina Zamora, 72,  both had rented the mobile home last year, Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland said in a release. The other occupant was 57-year-old Peter Boulette, described as a boarder.

The three have not been seen since the fire. The mobile home was owned by Charles and Edward Pickard, also of Unity Township.

The state Medical Examiner’s Office meanwhile is working to establish positive identification for the three victims whose bodies were found in the rubble, McCausland said.  The State Police DNA Lab is assisting in that effort which will continue next week.

The cause of the fire may never be determined as the mobile home was consumed in the overnight blaze, leaving little for investigators to examine in order to pinpoint a cause.