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Foul Play Suspected - (Continued (Continued from Page 1 While driving near Chestnut Ridge. Warner saw a car resembling the Fanizzi pv heavily wooded areat He stopped to investigate, and in his searching the scene for the keys to the Fanizzi vehicle. They were not on Mrs. Fanizzi' s body when she was pulled from the water, but Burns said her pockets were unzipped and the keys could have fallen to the bottom of the smmp. Police were also trving to establish jacket sticking out of the how long the car was at the scene. Wit - ie 40 feet from the locked car. nesses reported seeing it as early as 2 Fanizzi had reported that his wife was p.m. Tuesday, about three and a half jacket when she lett the hours after Mrs. Fanizzi reportedly left her house. Burns said it was odd that the car was search of the area, saw what appeared to ;wamp. s wearing a bli house. Warner radioed for assistance. State police identification officers arrived at locked, but noted that there were no signs the scene and determined that it was of trouble around the car. He also said Mrs. Fanizzi s body in the water. Police then picked up her husband for questioning, and when they told him they thought his wife was dead, he had a mild seizure in the police car. He was rushed to St. Joseph's Hospital several footprints were found near the car. The area in which the car was found is a popular "lover's lane," according to several persons at the scene. It is also near the spot where Mrs. Jud by by NAVAC ambulance, and was released ith Giannino was reportedly raped before being thrown into the beneca Hiver in after observation later in the afternoon. Wednesday evening, troopers were still February. 1973, Zone Sgt. J.J. McQueeney questioning him. Fanizzi, 40. is a sales - said. man tor vestal Laboratories ot bt. Louis, Mo., police said. Funeral arrangements bv the Farone and Son Inc. funeral home were incom Late Late Wednesday, police were still plete Wednesday night.