"We're going to bring each of these lost boys home to their families, one way or another", Weintraub vowed. The remains were found on a property owned by the family of 20-year-old Cosmo DiNardo, who apparently became a person of interest when he was caught attempting to sell Meo's auto - also found on the property with his diabetic supplies inside - for $500 the day after his disappearance. Cosmo DiNardo, 20, is described as an heir to vast real estate holdings of his family. But the prosecutor continued to stop short of calling him a suspect. The vehicle was found by police at 4 a.m. Sunday on property owned by DiNardo's parents, according to the Bucks County District Attorney's Office.
Later, Sturgis's auto was uncovered nearby at Peddler's Village.
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Meo's grandfather, Chuck Meo, told an NBC News producer that crews found the remains under a blue tarp after lifting out a propane tank, WCAU-TV reported.
The men's disappearances have rankled the community, and about 100 residents and reporters gathered at a shopping mall a few miles from the property waiting for updates about them.
At least some of the missing men are friends, but it's unclear how well they knew DiNardo, if at all.
"I don't understand the science behind it, but those dogs could smell these poor boys 12½ feet below the ground", Weintraub said at a midnight news conference. Make no mistake about it.
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Somebody that loves their family and treats their friends right - and treats me right'. "Also, just outing me on social media . I know how I treat my friends and family and kids and that's all I'm anxious about'.
But, Weintraub says there is a big difference between being a person of interest and being able to charge someone. A judge ordered him held on $5 million bail.
Dinardo was first arrested Monday on a charge of possession of a firearm, an offense dating to February unrelated to the missing men case, Weintraub said.
A lawyer representing DiNardo's parents and the owner of the 90-acre farm, Antonio and Sandra DiNardo, released a statement saying the family is cooperating with the investigation and sympathizes with the relatives of the missing men, the Associated Press reported. DiNardo reportedly had access to heavy equipment through his father's construction business in Northeast Philadelphia.
Federal Bureau of Investigation agents sifted through mounds of dirt from a deep pit on the farm and police cadets combed vast cornfields nearby.
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Cadaver dogs led police to the makeshift grave on the 90-acre property along Route 202 in Solebury Township where several law enforcement agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, have been searching for any signs of the missing men, according to Weintraub.