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(CNN) -- FBI agents and local police searched farmland Wednesday afternoon outside Detroit, Michigan, after receiving a tip about the disappearance of former Teamsters union leader Jimmy Hoffa.
The search was being conducted in Milford Township, 30 miles west of Detroit. Police from nearby Bloomfield Township were assisting the FBI agents.
Aerial footage from the scene showed at least 15 people outside of a barn, most of whom were digging a rectangular hole.
Officials have announced they will stop digging for Teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa after finding no trace of his remains.
A tip from federal inmate Donovan Wells led FBI agents from Detroit, Chicago and Washington, D.C., to a barn in Milford Township.
Wells told police Hoffa's body was buried on the property over 30 years ago. A digging crew was brought out to the site. The crew remained on location at the barn for nearly two weeks.
Originally posted by ShadowXIX
I tend to believe the Mafia Hitman "Iceman" when he said he heard he was crushed inside a White Toyota and then the car was shipped over seas "for scrap metal I assume". Chances if something like that went down he would never be found.
Either that or if they were smart the body would have went to a Mafia controlled dump and a few days later be buried under hundreds of tons of Garbage.