NELSON COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Virginia State Police have identified two of the people found in the Rockfish River in Nelson County.

The submerged vehicle was spotted near the intersection of Bridgeport Lane and Johnson Hollow on Dec. 27, and police are still trying to determine when it went into the water.

At this point, police say it appears the 1997 Toyota 4Runner tried to cross the flooded Rockfish River at a low-river crossing on private property and was swept away by the current.

The body of 17-year-old Christopher W. Doss of Arrington and the remains of what officials believe is an 11-year-old boy were found on the riverbank.

VSP is still waiting for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond to confirm the identity of the second body.

Additionally, the body of 30-year-old Pharoah M. Shabazz of Arrington was found inside the Toyota after it was pulled from the river.

Police have been told there were two other people inside the Toyota when it was washed into the river, an 18-year-old male and a 12-year-old male.

The VSP Search and Recovery Team divers are still looking for the two other people who are believed to be missing.

Unfortunately, a search of the river on Jan. 3 did not turn up anything and officials are assessing the water levels to determine another day that it will be best to return and conduct another search.

The Nelson County Sheriff’s Office, the VSP Aviation Division, the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management are all working together to investigate.

Police say none of the individuals in the vehicle were related.