Worcester man says bank won't help find car
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) -- A Worcester man wants to know what happened to the muscle car he lovingly restored and put in his late mother's garage, but the mega-bank he thinks knows something about the car's disappearance isn't cooperating.
Aaron Dahrooge says his mother's neighbor told him that the company hired by Bank of America to secure and winterize the house because it was being foreclosed on towed the 1971 Dodge Challenger from the garage in March.
He tells The Telegram & Gazette (http://bit.ly/KB8bNP ) he reported the car stolen, and has repeatedly asked Bank of America for the name of the contractor, but has been stonewalled.
A bank spokeswoman says the company is cooperating with law enforcement in the car's disappearance. Dahrooge is skeptical.
Police and the district attorney's office say the investigation is ongoing.