FBI agents resumed their search for the missing labor party leader Jimmy Hoffa on Tuesday. They again started digging off an Oklahoma Township dirt road for finding the remains of the former Teamsters president.
FBI agents and officers from Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office safeguarded the Buell Road site overnight Monday. A search party excavated the site for most of the day.
The authorities stared inspecting the site from January when an 85-year-old mobster Tony Zerilli tipped the law enforcing authority about the burying of Hoffa in that place. According to Zerilli, murderers stroke Hoffa in the head with a shovel and then buried him alive in that property. The murderers than hid the body by placing a concrete slab over it. Zerilli, who is the son of a former Detroit mobster, was in prison at that time.
Hoffa was kidnapped from the parking lot of a Bloomfield Township restaurant on July 30, 1975.