Thomson ReutersJune 17, 2013 12:36
By Joseph Lichterman
OAKLAND TOWNSHIP, Michigan (Reuters) - FBI agents in suburban Detroit widened their search of an overgrown field on Tuesday for the remains of former Teamsters union boss Jimmy Hoffa, who disappeared nearly 38 years ago and is thought to have been murdered by mobsters.
But after two days of searching, there was no indication that any remains had been found. Agents broke for the night early Tuesday evening and were due to resume the search on Wednesday morning, officials said.