OAKLAND TOWNSHIP (WKZO) -- A source close to the investigation into the search for the remains of Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa says concrete slabs have been discovered in the area where agents are looking.
The discovery reportedly matched the claims made by former Mafia boss Tony Zerilli. He told FBI agents that Hoffa was taken to the area near Adams and Buell Roads in 1975, struck in the head with a shovel and buried alive. A slab of concrete was then placed over his body.
No remains have been found yet and the search is expected to continue.