Nicholas James Maschuci was a 60 year old from Kearney, NJ. He was a businessman and sharp dresser. On September 18, 1974, he had lunch with his daughter, then said he was driving to Brooklyn for business but didn’t say who he was meeting. A couple days later his car was found in Manhattan. He was never seen again.
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If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Nicholas Maschuci, please contact the Kearney Police Department at (201) 998-1313.
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