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NYPD searching a Pennsylvania landfill for missing Staten Island father presumed dead: report

Michael Stewart has not been heard of since he got a text message from his mother, “Please help me Mom,” asked Jan. 21.
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The search for a missing Staten Island father whose last text to his mother read “help me, Mother,” before he disappeared last month, has led authorities to deposit in Pennsylvania, police reportedly said.

The NYPD is reportedly looking at the Republic of Service Conestoga Landfill in Pennsylvania on Monday, which is 140 km from Michael Stewart was last seen in Port Richmond barber on the evening of Dec. 20.

Stewart’s mother told authorities she received a text message from her son around 1:00 a.m. on Dec. 21 read: “Please help me Mom,” The New York Post reported.

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Angelo Nesimi, 33, who was seen in the barbershop with Stewart, is a person of interest in Stewart’s disappearance,” The Staten Island Advance reported. Nesimi and his girlfriend, were previously questioned in the suspect of the murder of Stewart, says the report.

The researchers cited by The Advance say that it is possible Stewart’s body was dumped in New Jersey then accidentally picked up by sanitation workers and burnt with the waste. No one has brought in Stewart is suspected of killing.

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