JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY - NOVEMBER 22: The Pulaski Skyway passes over the Hackensack river on November 22, 2021 in Jersey City, New Jersey. A man has made claims to the FBI that his father told him he was involved in the burial of famed Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa under the overpass and the FBI has conducted another search for his remains in the area. Using radar equipment, the FBI completed a two-day search of the area. Hoffa was 62 years old when he disappeared outside of a restaurant in Michigan on July 30, 1975. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

DETROIT (AP) — The FBI says it found no evidence of missing Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa during a search of land under a New Jersey bridge. Hoffa has been missing since 1975 when he was last seen in suburban Detroit. The decades-long mystery turned last year to land next to a former landfill under the Pulaski Skyway in Jersey City. The FBI conducted a search there in early June. Spokeswoman Mara Schneider says “nothing of evidentiary value was discovered.”