Decades-Old Mob Dumping Ground Found In Upstate New York
It’s believed the gruesome remains of a missing New York man were found at a decades-old “mob dumping ground” in the Hudson Valley.
The FBI confirmed an investigation is ongoing after a body was found in Ulster County
FBI Investigates Body Found In Ulster County, New York
The remains of a man were found in two duffel bags behind a home on Ulster Heights Road in Ellenville, New York, the New York Daily News reports.
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The FBI believes the man was shot to death.
It’s believed the victim is a man from Brooklyn, New York
Remains of Brooklyn, New York Man Likley Found In Ellenville, New York
Sources tell the Daily News the victim is believed to be 43-year-old Shehroz Tokhirov of Brooklyn. Tokhirov was last seen on June 25, 2022.
It’s believed Tokhirov went missing after going into business selling high-end watches with two men and owed the men about a half-million dollars.
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Officials have yet to officially identify the remains.
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