BUTLER, Pa. - Police have named two suspects in the death of a Kittanning man whose body was found in a wooded area in Butler.
Family and friends spent Saturday looking for 55-year-old Gregory Bosko in Butler, where he was reported missing nearly two weeks ago.
Bosko's body was found just after 4 p.m. in a creek bed in the area of Redbud Road in Concord Township. Authorities said his neck had been slashed.
Sources told Channel 11's Amy Marcinkiewicz that Tiffany Hilliard and Joshua Greave were named as suspects in Bosko's death. Police plan to file homicide charges soon, Marcinkiewicz learned.
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Both Hilliard and Greave were found in Bosko's car along West Wayne Street four days after he was reported missing. Sources said both gave fake names.
Channel 11 has learned that Hilliard and Greave both knew Bosko. They both lived with him for some time, and Greave spent time in jail with Bosko as his cellmate.
Bosko's family said he went to pick up two people from his apartment, but never made it back to Butler. When the family went looking for him, they found his television and laptop gone.
State police impounded Bosko’s car. The seats are now covered, but sources said they found blood in the front of the vehicle.
The Butler County coroner said Bosko’s death has been ruled a homicide. He said the fatal injuries were likely inflicted on or around March 20, when he was reported missing.
State police did confirm that a suspect helped them find the body, and that the motive may have been robbery.
Anyone with information is asked to call police.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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