Tony Imondi Missing New Hampshire – A 19-year-old secret may have been comprehended Tuesday when specialists pulled a pickup truck out of the Androscoggin River containing what are accepted to be the remaining parts of Tony Imondi. The car was found in the stream a couple of miles south of Errol Village.
The N.H. clinical analyst’s office will inspect skeletal stays found in the taxi of the truck for positive distinguishing proof.
The 26-year-old Imondi had played in his customary Monday night horseshoe alliance on July 20, 1998, at Bill’s Seafood in Errol where he filled in as a cook. As indicated by a Berlin Sun article detailing his vanishing, he had left at around 11:30 p.m. in his sweetheart’s pickup truck and was gone forever.
His sweetheart had advanced him her truck to use for a couple of days while she was away for a family gathering. Imondi didn’t show up the following day to get his better half, nor did he appear at work Wednesday morning as booked.
His vehicle was left at the home of Bill and Diane Keefe, the proprietors of Bill’s Seafood, and inside were his fishing supplies and golf clubs.
His garments were at his mom’s home in Milan, where he in some cases remained.
“He has precisely what he had on his back,” Diane Keefe told the Sun at that point.