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Old 02-24-2010, 07:41 PM
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NJ - Louis Berger Jr. - 73 years old - Delanco - 12 Feb 2010

http://www.phillyburbs.com/news/loca...c20e0bc2ba5e9a

Delanco man missing
By: Kristen Coppock
Burlington County Times

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A Delanco man has been reported missing for ten days.

Louis Berger Jr., 73, left his home at 9 a.m. on Friday, Feb 12 for an appointment at Veterans Hospital in Philadelphia. According to family members, he hasnít been seen or heard from since leaving that morning. According to the Delanco Township Police Department, Berger was driving a white 1999 Pontiac Grand Am bearing a New Jersey Handicapped Registration. The license plate number is HT4819.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Berger or his vehicle are asked to contact Delanco Police at 856-461-0357 or the New Jersey State Police, Missing Persons Unit, at 800-709-7090.

BCT staff writer Kristen Coppock can be reached at 609-871-8073 or kcoppock@phillyburbs.com.

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Missing man's car found in Camden
March 10, 2010

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MOUNT HOLLY ó A car belonging to a Delanco man who's been missing nearly a month has been found in Camden, officials said Tuesday.

Louis Berger Jr., 73, was last seen leaving his home Feb. 12, according to the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office. His 1999 Pontiac Grand Am was found Monday at 4th and Washington streets.
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N.J. cops led to body of missing man

http://www.philly.com/dailynews/loca...ssing_man.html

By JASON NARK
Philadelphia Daily News
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The Burlington County Prosecutor's Office said Berger had been "choked or strangled" by his granddaughter's boyfriend, Richard Still, during an altercation inside Berger's Delanco home on Feb. 11. Still, who was unemployed and living at the Rancocas Avenue residence, then allegedly put Berger into bed and waited until the following morning to wrap him a blanket, put him in a car and drive to Camden.

After picking up an acquaintance in the city, authorities said, Still, 24, drove to a relative's home in Mount Laurel, Burlington County, where he buried Berger and later abandoned Berger's Pontiac Grand Am back in Camden.

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(((((sigh)))))

Thank you Summer Breeze for this sad update.

Just now I sat down to read our Daily News and saw this so I logged on.

Mr. Berger allowed this murderer to live in his home and he gets what for it? May he rest in peace.
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The Burlington County Prosecutor's Office said Berger had been "choked or strangled" by his granddaughter's boyfriend, Richard Still, during an altercation inside Berger's Delanco home on Feb. 11. Still, who was unemployed and living at the Rancocas Avenue residence, then allegedly put Berger into bed and waited until the following morning to wrap him a blanket, put him in a car and drive to Camden.
After picking up an acquaintance in the city, authorities said, Still, 24, drove to a relative's home in Mount Laurel, Burlington County, where he buried Berger and later abandoned Berger's Pontiac Grand Am back in Camden.
Still continued to live in Berger's home, off and on, while the family searched for answers.
"It's a slap in the face," Larry Berger, Louis' youngest son, said yesterday morning outside the home. "We're still trying to digest it all and we really can't talk about it."
Berger's granddaughter, who authorities said was not aware of the alleged crime, was in the home with her two young children when the Daily News interviewed the family last month. Still was not. The children asked for their "pop-pop" often while family members spoke, but Still's name was never mentioned during the hourlong interview.
During an afternoon news conference yesterday, Burlington County Prosecutor Robert Bernardi said Still, who has been charged with murder, had been considered "a person of interest" in the case after authorities learned he had stolen a large portion of Louis Berger's late wife's jewelry and sold it at a pawn shop in March. Investigators did not share that information with Berger's sons.
Bernardi said a break in the case came on Thursday night when the acquaintance whom Still picked up in Camden led investigators to the shallow grave Still had dug about 100 feet behind his uncle's secluded house on Hartford Road in Mount Laurel. The acquaintance, who was not identified, will not be charged, Bernardi said===============================snipped

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Richard Still. Indictment.

RIP Mr. Berger. Know you are not forgotten.




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