ROSEVILLE (WKZO) -- Police in Roseville, Michigan, have soil samples from the driveway of a home where a man believes former Teamsters Union boss Jimmy Hoffa was buried.
Police Chief James Berlin says his department received the tip from a man who lived nearby and says the home was the site of a numbers racket run by organized crime.
Hoffa's daughter Barbara Crancer of St. Louis, Missouri says she is not getting hopes up about her father's remains being located.
Cheif Berlin says his department used ground penetrating radar and found evidence that something was beneath the cement. Hoffa disappeared from a suburban Detroit restaurant since July of 1975. They should have results back on Monday.