Sources: Van used in Williamsburg abduction, murder of Menachem Stark found

Sources also say that several people were questioned in connection with the killing.

Sources also say that several people were questioned in connection with the killing. (1/16/14)

BROOKLYN - Sources close to the family of a murdered Williamsburg man say that the van used to abduct him has been found in Brownsville.

The source also says that detectives were questioning the driver of the vehicle in connection with killing of Menachem Stark. Sources close to the investigation added that seven people were at the 90th Precinct Wednesday night, but that most have been let go.

Police have not confirmed any of the information.

Authorities have been asking the public for help locating a white van, which was seen on surveillance video Jan. 2 as Stark was forced into it. His burned body was found in a dumpster on Long Island two days later.

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