ERROL, NH (WGME) -- New Hampshire State Police say a truck was pulled out of the Androscoggin River in Errol on Tuesday with skeletal remains inside, believed to be a man missing since 1998.
People in the small town have spent the last 19 years wondering what happened to Tony Imondi.
"Kind of bothers me that it took 19 years," said Carlton Eames, who's lived in Errol his entire life.
But why it went in the water, he said, is part of the mystery that may never be solved.
"That's anybody's guess and nobody will ever know," Eames said.
State Police say the remains were taken to the medical examiner's office for positive identification. That has to be done using DNA and can take weeks.