BUTLER, Pa. (KDKA) – Pennsylvania State Police say a man who disappeared more than a week ago has been found dead.
Greg Bosko, 55, vanished 11 days ago in Butler County.
On Saturday evening, police announced Bosko had been found dead in a wooded area near Redbud Road in Concord Township. Police officials told the Butler Eagle they do suspect foul play.
The Butler County coroner told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that Bosko’s neck was slashed, which likely happened the day he went missing, and the official cause of death was “sharp forced trauma of the neck.”
On Friday, Bosko’s family and friends organized a search party set for Saturday morning.
Bosko’s brother Dan told KDKA his brother was last seen in the Butler area with a couple he was allowing to stay in his apartment in Kittanning.
“He left Butler to pick up people that were staying at his apartment in Kittanning, and he was bringing them back to Lyndora. He had been seen back in Butler with those people and that was the last he was seen,” Dan said.
Police have interviewed the couple, but they have not yet been charged with any crimes.
When Dan visited his brother’s apartment, his TV was gone, along with his laptop computer and his mountain bike.
Dan said his brother had planned to relocate to the city of Butler.
“Finding him alive would be the thing, but just finding him would be good. We’re hoping and praying for the best, but every day that goes by, it doesn’t look as good,” Dan told KDKA on Friday.
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