Richard Petrone and Danielle Imbo, two lovers, vanished into thin air from a Philadelphia bar in 2005. Their bodies have never been found. Disappeared will chronicle the missing persons case on Investigation Discovery. The victim’s family members and law enforcement officials will provide details for the story.
Danielle Imbo, 34, and Richard Petrone, 35, were last seen having drinks in the Abilene bar in Philadelphia. Friends at the bar said they saw the couple leave. They also told detectives that Richard Petrone stated they were headed to Danielle’s home in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey reported.
From there, the couple disappeared and hasn’t been heard from since. Police have also been unable to locate Richard Petrone’s car. Loved ones have struggled to find answers as to how both the couple and Petrone’s truck could vanish into thin air.
The investigation in 2005 revealed few clues. The couple’s cell phones had gone unanswered,
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