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Body of missing NYC chef found in Queens

August 23, 2019 GMT
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CORRECTS SPELLING TO DOLCI NOT DOLCE This photo provided by NYPD shows Andrea Zamperoni. Police are investigating the disappearance of Zamperoni, a chef at a popular restaurant in New York's Grand Central Terminal who's been missing since last weekend. Zamperoni was reported missing after he didn't report for work as the head chef at Cipriani Dolci in Grand Central on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Restaurant manager Fernando Dallorso tells the New York Post that Zamperoni was last seen by his roommates in Queens on Saturday. (NYPD via AP)
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CORRECTS SPELLING TO DOLCI NOT DOLCE This photo provided by NYPD shows Andrea Zamperoni. Police are investigating the disappearance of Zamperoni, a chef at a popular restaurant in New York's Grand Central Terminal who's been missing since last weekend. Zamperoni was reported missing after he didn't report for work as the head chef at Cipriani Dolci in Grand Central on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Restaurant manager Fernando Dallorso tells the New York Post that Zamperoni was last seen by his roommates in Queens on Saturday. (NYPD via AP)

NEW YORK (AP) — The body of Andrea (Ahn-DRAY’-uh) Zamperoni, a chef at a popular restaurant in New York’s Grand Central Terminal who went missing last weekend, has been found at a hostel in Queens.

Police say the 33-year-old man was found on the first floor of the Kamway Lodge Wednesday night. The cause of death was not immediately known.

Zamperoni was reported missing after he didn’t report for work as the head chef at Cipriani Dolci (DOHL’-chee) in Grand Central on Monday.

Restaurant manager Fernando Dallorso tells the New York Post that Zamperoni was last seen by his roommates in Queens on Saturday.

The Italian-born Zamperoni has worked in Cipriani’s Grand Central Terminal location for a little more than a year. He previously worked at a Cipriani restaurant in London.

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This story corrects the spelling of Cipriani Dolci. Not Dolce.