A YouTube group reportedly helped to find the body of a Pennsylvania man who was missing for nearly 20 years.
When human remains were found inside a car, in a body of water, the victim’s brother, Stephen Amabile, told The Philadelphia Inquirer
“it’s my brother,”
“They found him.”
Amabile says a family member reached out to the group of volunteers called Adventures with Purpose.
The group runs a YouTube channel with over 2 million subscribers. They are well-known for their ability to solve missing-person cases in bodies of water. Watch the video below:
According to reports, they found a car at Darby’s Creek in Pennsylvania on Saturday evening believed to be James Amabile’s. The plate number on the vehicle matched the “missing person from December of 2003” according to police. The Delaware County Medical Examiner’s office will continue their investigation of the remains.
The victim first disappeared on 4th December 2003. James was reportedly on his way to pick up his daughters from the babysitter when he called and told her he was running late, but he was never seen or heard from again.
Stephen Amabile believes his brother went into diabetic shock before driving his car into the water.