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Published: Thu, July 13, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Search intensifies for 4 missing young men in Pennsylvania

Search intensifies for 4 missing young men in Pennsylvania

Investigators are remaining relatively tight-lipped about the search of the 68-acre property, except to say it could take time to search the farm and farmhouse. "As of this moment, [DiNardo] remains a person of interest, but others arise and we can name them, we will".

DiNardo smiled for the photo given out by the Bucks County District Attorney's Office in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, despite the fact that Cosmo had been arrested on a firearms charge.

Though unrelated to the men's disappearance, they set his bail at $1million and began frantically searching the land around his home. While the latter two men are friends, right now it's unclear whether or not Meo and Sturgis have any connection to the teens who went missing, and police are looking for answers into the freaky disappearances.

Finocchiaro got into a vehicle around 6:30 p.m. Friday and hasn't been seen or heard from since, according to the Middletown Township police.

Mark Sturgis (22), Thomas Meo (21) and Dean Finocchiaro (18) were each last seen on Friday evening.

Federal authorities said Tuesday that they are no longer investigating a pipe bomb explosion that damaged a northeast Oklahoma recruiting station as a possible act of domestic terrorism, adding that the blast could be the work of a disgruntled employee or a prank.

The DiNardos, who purchased the Solebury property in 2005, could not be reached for comment. Officials confirmed the farm belongs to DiNardo's family.

"Right now, the focus of the investigation is to determine their whereabouts, and if we can bring them home safely", Weintraub said.

One of the missing men, Finocchiaro, has been arrested multiple times on charges that include drug possession, driving under the influence and assault. According to their Facebook profiles, DiNardo is friends with Meo. Asked if foul play was involved, Weintraub said, "I surely believe there is".

Authorities fear the men may have been victims of foul play.

BUCKS COUNTY Police in Bucks County are now looking for at least four missing people, including two Bucks County teens who haven't been seen since last week. "But we continue to work very, very hard". It's unclear what, if any, connection the disappearances might have, but investigators did confirm that the four men know each other. The charge had been dropped, but was refiled Monday.

Weintraub continued to ask for the public's help in providing information on the missing men.

"We're not exactly sure what we're going to find there but we're pretty confident that the investigation is proceeding in the direction that we believed that it would and we don't know as of yet what exactly will be revealed", Weintraub said, noting he believes authorities will receive "fruitful information" from the DiNardo family. On Tuesday, Mr. DiNardo's lawyer, Michael Parlow, was not immediately available to answer a telephone message. Meo was last seen on Wednesday. Online records do not say why the charge was initially dismissed.

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