Lindenwold Man Who Went Missing During Storm Found in Melting Snow in Bergen County
The body of a South Jersey man who disappeared during a snowstorm was found in the pile of melting snow on Monday across the street from his parents' Wyckoff home.
Andrew Fraioli, 40, of Lindenwold, was reported missing on Feb. 1 by his parents after he walked out of their home on Sunset Boulevard during a snowstorm. Foul play in not suspected in his disappearance and death, according to Wyckoff police Lt. Joseph Soto.
Over a foot of snow fell in most of Bergen County during the three day storm.
Fraioli, a drug counselor in Camden, went to Wyckoff to help his father Ronald dig out from the storm, according to a report by the Wyckoff-Franklin Lakes Daily Voice, which said the State Police helicopter and K9 bloodhound Remi were brought in to search for him.
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