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Police will be taking soil core samples at a home in Roseville on Friday in search of the remains of missing Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa, whose 1975 disappearance sparked one of the 20th century’s biggest mysteries. “We received information from an individual who saw something,” Roseville Police Chief James Berlin told the Free Press. “The information seemed credible, so we decided to follow up on it.”
Roseville police chief James Berlin said Friday there were no visible signs of human remains in the area that was searched, but soil samples will be sent to Michigan State University for testing.
However, a source has told Local 4 News that the scene will be held as a crime scene. There is no word on what was found that leads them to classify the area that way.
Originally posted by JValhalla
Where Jimmy isnt:
Wasn't Fed to Alligators in a Florida Swap
Soil samples taken from a Roseville backyard in connection with a search for the remains of Jimmy Hoffa show no sign of the presence of human remains.