"Zero Physical Evidence"
Despite extensive searches, Richard's 2001 four-door Dodge Dakota pickup has not been located. Richard's and Danielle's credit cards and ATM cards have not been used since they walked out of Abilene's that night. There has been no activity on either of their cellphones. Surveillance cameras that routinely record transactions at ATM machines showed no signs of either of them. Video cameras at highway toll plazas and river crossings have no record of Richard's truck passing through that night. It's as if they vanished into thin air.
Richard has two tattoos. On his right arm he has an image of clowns; on his left he has his beloved daughter's name, "Angela." Often described as good-natured and jovial, Richard has a stocky, solid build. He has blue eyes and brown hair and usually wears a goatee or a sculpted full beard.
Richard's and Danielle's families are understandably distraught and perplexed. Some family members fear the worst; others struggle to remain hopeful. Danielle's estranged husband, Joe Imbo, had allegedly threatened Richard Petrone over the phone on several occasions. Imbo was questioned by the police after the disappearance, but so far no arrests have been made.
According to Sergeant Tim Cooney of the Philadelphia Police, "No one is a suspect and everyone is a subject of this investigation."