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Bucks DA: Person of interest arrested in case of missing men

12 July 2017

As FBI agents and police continued to scour a Bucks County property in a search for four missing men, District Attorney Matthew D. Weintraub declared Cosmo DiNardo, the 20-year-old son of the property owners, to be a "person of interest" in the case.

An affidavit of probable cause states that Bensalem police came into contact with Cosmo DiNardo on February 9 and he was in possession of a Savage Arms 20-gauge shotgun; he is not allowed to possess weapons because he previously had been involuntarily committed to a mental institution.

While the charge was dropped in February, authorities have refiled the charge on Monday.

While the bulk of the investigation has focused on the Solebury Township farm, the authorities have also searched the home of Mr. DiNardo, who lives in Bensalem, about 30 miles from his parents' property.

"As is often the case in an investigation of this magnitude, it is all hands on deck", Weintraub said.

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Weintraub explained Federal Bureau of Investigation officers had been called in to join the search due to their expertise in recovery operations underway at the farm. "But I am confident that we are going to get to the bottom of this". "We're making great progress, but there's so much more work to do", he said.

Overhead images from KYW show large makeshift tents set up across the property as investigative teams dig for evidence using large machinery.

Crews could be seen digging on the property Tuesday morning.

Also, he said, the search is now centered on a farm located along the 6000 block of Lower York Road in New Hope, which is owned by DiNardo's family. As reported by CNN, Local and state police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are now involved in the search.

The district attorney said there is information that the missing men knew each other. The affidavit says DiNardo was found to be in possession of a Savage Arms 20 gauge shotgun and the corresponding ammunition for the firearm. The request was not honored, for reasons that remain unclear, until Monday.

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Along with Patrick, who hails from Newtown Township, missing is 22-year-old Mark Sturgis of Pennsburg. Another man, 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro, is a mutual friend of theirs, Potash told The Associated Press.

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Weintraub declined say whether DiNardo is talking with police.

Finocchiaro was last seen getting into a vehicle on Hampton Drive near his home in Langhorne on Friday, Middletown Township Police reported.

Sturgis was last seen with Meo, Sturgis' father said. Meo is five feet five inches tall, weights 140 pounds, and has blond hair and blue eyes. His 2004 Nissan Altima turned up at Peddler's Village Saturday, his father told NBC10.

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SKYFOX was over the DiNardo's New Hope property Tuesday as authorities surrounded around a deep trench, apparently dug with the help of a backhoe, as officers gathered up dirt and ran it through sifters.

Bucks DA: Person of interest arrested in case of missing men