Elizabeth Capaldi search: Husband of missing Bucks County woman taken into custody

SELLERSVILLE, Pennsylvania (WPVI) — Husband Elizabeth Capaldi, a Bucks County woman who has been missing for nearly two months, has been taken into custody, Action News sources say.

Stephen Capaldi was taken into custody Thursday night and is cooperating with investigators, sources say. So far he has not been charged with a crime.

Investigators are examining two crime scenes on Friday afternoon.

One is in Capaldi’s home in Sellersville, Pennsylvania, near the intersection of High and East Church streets.

Crime scene tape and a mobile commando unit could be seen in front of the house.

A white car was being loaded onto a pickup truck behind the house.

Chopper 6 was above Elizabeth Capaldi’s home in Sellersville, Pennsylvania on Friday.

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Chopper 6 was above Elizabeth Capaldi’s home in Sellersville, Pennsylvania on Friday.

Meanwhile, investigators are also near Philadelphia International Airport, where sources say part of a body was discovered.

It is not yet known if the remains are those of Elizabeth Capaldi.

During a news conference in late October, prosecutor Matt Weintrub said Capaldi’s husband was the last person known to have seen. He added that Capaldi’s car, car keys and cell phone were left at home.

However, her wallet was missing.

Capaldi’s adult daughter reported her missing after losing contact with her.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Bucks County Detectives at 215-348-6354 or the Perkasie Borough Police Department at 215-257-6876.

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