A man who went missing near the site where four young Bucks County men were killed has been found alive and safe.
ABC 6 reports that Timothy Ceaser, 22, was found disoriented but safe at a New York City hospital on Thursday. Ceaser went missing from Croydon, Pennsylvania on June 1, just over a month before Cosmo DiNardo allegedly murdered four young men and buried their bodies in his family’s property in nearby Solebury Township.
After the discovery of the brutal murders, Ceasar’s family became increasingly concerned about what may have happened to the young man, though authorities said at the time there was no known link between the missing man and the quadruple homicides.
Timothy Ceasar’s mother spoke to CrimeOnline in July, saying that her son had become increasingly paranoid in the days leading up to his sudden disappearance. She said at the time that while she remained hopeful that her son would return safely, she could not rule out the possibility that something had happened to him.
It is not yet known where Timothy was during the several months he was missing.
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