Philly police conduct search of DiNardo cornfield in Solebury

Around 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Philadelphia Police and its K-9 Unit could be seen conducting a search of the DiNardo family's cornfield in Solebury Township.

Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub tells FOX 29 Thursday's search was an effort to make sure they did not miss anything in their original search. State Police brought horses to help in what the Bucks County District Attorney calls a last look.

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Law enforcement sources say it's a big effort to scour 90 acres. Large, black county vehicles were used. The Philadelphia Police Department's canine unit was called in and even a truck with military markings.

The caravan pulled out by noon apparently convinced nothing had been missed in a place forever known as a killing field.

When asked about DiNardo's claim of two earlier murders in Philly, the DA passed.

"That would be inappropriate for me to comment on," Bucks County DA Matthew Weintraub said.

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