Four state investigators continue their search for clues in a weekend homicide. Its been more than two days since the body of an unidentified victim was discovered in the back of a burned out van in Ottawa County Oklahoma and investigators are still piecing together clues from the incident. Investigators today are tracking leads into the van that was discovered Saturday afternoon. They are trying to find the owner or the last person the vehicle was issue to prior to the fire, but the question remains as to who is in charge? Ottawa County Chief Detective Mike Eason discovered the burning van Saturday while cutting firewood with his family near Hoffman Mansion outside of Peoria. Since it was determined the van was on Native American land. Ottawa County investigators deferred jurisdiction to the Bureau of Indian Affairs and while the two agencies continue working in a cooperative manner, whether this case is a state or federal matter remains in question. David Anderson - Asst. Dist. Attorney - Ottawa City "Ottawa County arrived.. I arrived.. and we quickly determined it was Indian land. The BIA was called and it was understood he was the lead officer on the scene." Detective Eason urges anyone with information about this case to call either the BIA at 918-687-2266. The Ottawa County Sheriff`s Department at 918-542-2806 or the departments Anonymous Tip Line at 918-540-9500. The autopsy on the victim is currently underway in Tulsa. The results are not yet known. Of course, KSN will bring you those results of the autopsy and any other information when they become available.