The 1996 Ford Ranger that 26-year-old Tony Imondi was last seen in before going missing in the summer of 1998 ~ Photo Courtesy of New Hampshire State Police Troop F
Errol, NH – Authorities believe they have located the body of a man missing for almost 20. State Police Troop F said they located the vehicle that 26-year-old Tony Imondi was last seen in before going missing in 1998. Imondi had been last seen on July 1st of ‘98 leaving Bill’s Seafood in Errol in his girlfriends 1996 Ford Ranger after attending a horseshoe tournament.
After family and friends did not hear from, or see him for several days they contacted NH State Police Troop F to report him missing. Air, ground, and dive teams searched all over the Errol area and along the Androscoggin River and Lake Gloriette, located in Dixville to no avail.
Over the past month the State Police Troop F Detectives and the NH Fish and Game Dive Team focused on an area of the Androscoggin in Errol just a few miles south of Errol village. Fish and Game utilized divers in some areas and a side scan SONAR, which was able to detect an image on the bottom of the river. Analysis of the image was consistent with a truck similar to the Ford Ranger. Further inspection of the area revealed that the image was in fact the missing Ford Ranger.
Yesterday the Ford Ranger was removed from the river with skeletal remains located inside. The Medical Examiner’s Office will examine the remains for identification.