By Matt Petrillo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police executed a search warrant Friday at a Northeast Philadelphia home, finding dozens of animals inside. It’s the same home officers responded to Thursday before discovering a dismembered body in a moving truck nearby. 

As Philadelphia Police searched inside a Somerton home for evidence Friday possibly connected to a dismembered person, authorities with ACCT Philly removed birdcage after birdcage, collecting more than 30 parrots, plus other animals found inside.

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“It’s just really unbelievable,” one neighbor said.

Officers have still not identified the person found dismembered and stuffed in a trash bag in a U-Haul Thursday near the home. But an official with ACCT Philly tells Eyewitness News the home it removed all those birds from is of the individual found in the U-Haul truck.

Neighbors identified the homeowner as Peter Gerold. His website shows he ran a massage therapy business from the home.

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It’s also where officers were called for a reported burglary Thursday moments before finding body parts in that U-Haul.

And hours later, behind a shopping center, officers found more body parts in a dumpster a half-mile from the home.

“I was just stunned when I heard about what happened, like what the details were I was stunned,” Somerton resident Pam Johnson said. “And I know the neighbors are worried and scare.”

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Meantime, Philadelphia Police are offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.