Like a page from the wildest horror story imagined, one of the four boys who mysteriously disappeared from their small Pennsylvania town last week has been found dead.
Dean Finocchiaro, 19, was identified by police as the first victim found following a week-long search. Dean's family exclusively tells Radaronline.com of their shock after receiving the news Thursday.
"It's horrible, I can't believe it," Dean's aunt, Marilyn Finocchiaro says of her Nephew. "I don't really want to talk about it, he was a good kid. I don't know how this happened."
Dean's remains were found early Thursday morning, around 12 a.m., on a property in suburban Philadelphia, police said in an emergency press conference.
"This is a homicide, make no mistake about it," Bucks County District Attorney Mark Weintraub said.
"Great kid. Great family and he will be missed," Dean's older cousin, Dan Finocchiaro, tells RadarOnline.com.
RadarOnline.com asked Dan if he knew why anyone would want to murder his cousin.
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"No not at all,' he responded.
Police have arrested Cosmo Dinardo in connection to stealing a car belonging to b, 21, one of the missing boys. They have not charged Dinardo with murder at this time, but have held him on a $1 million bond.
Jimi Patrick, 19, and Mark Sturgis, 22 also remain missing.
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