Former Teamsters president, Jimmy Hoffa, went missing on July 30, 1975 when he was meeting someone for lunch in Bloomfield.  Jimmy’s body was never found.  Over the years, they have dug up many parts of Michigan looking for his body.  And tomorrow night, police are digging up a driveway in Roseville to look for his body.  Buck and Coop sent out their producer to see if anyone had any info on the disappearance.

Gillian went all around the Roseville area to see if maybe she could get in contact with anyone who had any inside information on Jimmy Hoffa and if his body REALLY is under that driveway.

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According to the Detroit Free Press, the Roseville police received a tip from a man who is very ill, and decided to discuss something he saw the same time that Jimmy disappeared.  He says that one night he saw people at the house with black bags that could have contained a body.  While he isn’t sure if it is even Jimmy, I wonder if they will really find anything.  The Roseville police said that while they aren’t sure what will happen, they think this is a credible enough source to dig up the driveway!

“We received information from an individual who saw something,” Roseville Police Chief James Berlin told the Free Press. “The information seemed credible, so we decided to follow up on it.”

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