About 50 students, faculty and staff have gathered at a Baltimore university's chapel to pray for four missing Pennsylvania men, including one of the school's students.The missing student, Jimi Tar Patrick, is a rising sophomore at Loyola University Maryland, a Jesuit school.The Baltimore Sun reports Director of Campus Ministry Sean Bray says the group wants to honor the request of Patrick's grandmother to "storm heaven with our prayers for Jimi's safe return."The owners of the property where authorities have centered their search for four missing Pennsylvania men say they are cooperating with the investigation.Police have focused their search on the family's 90-acre farm in Solebury Township and have scoured the property with multiple law enforcement agencies, cadaver dogs and heavy construction equipment.Authorities say they've recovered several pieces of evidence from a sprawling farm property and elsewhere while investigating the disappearance of four young Pennsylvania men believed to be victims of foul play.Police have focused their search on a farm in Solebury and have utilized several law enforcement agencies, heavy construction equipment and cadaver dogs.Police are back for a fourth day searching a large Pennsylvania farm for evidence in the disappearance of four young men believed to be victims of foul play.The 90-acre (0.14-square-mile) property in Solebury Township has been scoured by law enforcement agencies, heavy construction equipment and cadaver dogs.Authorities are gearing up for another day of searching a sprawling Pennsylvania farm for evidence linked to four missing young men.Cadaver dogs and heavy construction equipment were used Tuesday in the search of farmland in Solebury Township, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of Philadelphia.
NYS Entity Status
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MAY 16, 2013
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - DEJANA TRUCK & UTILITY EQUIPMENT COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA, LLC
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