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They’re Back: N.Y. FBI is Digging Again for Victims of Mob Hits

Mobster William Cutolo/cbs photo

Mobster William Cutolo/cbs photo

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Yes, they’re back.

The FBI began digging once again on Tuesday in East Farmingdale, N.Y., at a site where they hope to find the bodies of two men who were victims of mob hits, Newsday reported.

The Long Island paper reported that agents were using a backhoe and front loader to “cut a wide trench alongside a 150-yard-long stretch of railroad tracks in an industrial section of East Farmingdale.”

“We expect to find victims” of the mob, Newsday quoted Dennis Bolles, head of organized crime squads for the FBI in New York.

The digging is expected to resume Wednesday.

Last October, FBI agents digging in East Farmingdale found the body of mobster William “Wild Bill” Cutolo.

This latest round of digging came shortly after two leaders of the Colombo organized crime family were convicted in the slaying of Cutolo.


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