Italy: Manhunt

Search for U.S. General Dozier

Wearing bulletproof vests and carrying machine guns, a 2,000-man Italian force combed northern Italy last week as the massive manhunt continued for kidnaped U.S. Brigadier General James Dozier. Acting on a tip, scores of officers swarmed over tiny Ponte Alto (pop. 91), searching dozens of houses and stopping cars on snowy roads, but they found no trace of the 50-year-old Army general who was abducted from his apartment in Verona on Dec. 17. The Italian government sent hundreds of reinforcements and alpine troops to join the search. At...

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