Authorities obtained surveillance camera video of a red Nissan Maxima picking up the unidentified suspects in the January home invasion killing.
Editor's Note: While the video is disabled on the Patch site,click on the link in the video to be taken to the site A red Nissan Maxima picked up the unidentified suspects wanted in connection with the Jan. 18 home invasion killing of a businessman, Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler said Wednesday. Authorities want to hear from anyone who may have seen the vehicle that morning. Joseph Canazaro, 48, was killed in his Hilltown home by two men who tied up his live-in girlfriend and her school-aged son. Canazaro owned Finn McCool's Tavern in Ambler. The men are believed to have fled in one of Canazaro's vehicles, which was later found abandoned in Quakertown. The red Maxima, identified as a model built between 2004 and 2008, was …
Bar owner Joseph Canazaro identified as victim in fatal home invasion. Suspects believed to have fled in victims' pickup truck; described as armed and dangerous
- POLICE & FIRE
Friday, January 18
Update, 4:23 p.m. The Reporter reports the black pickup truck has been located in upper Bucks County. The truck has been located behind a restaurant in Quakertown. Update, 4:14 p.m. Chief Chris Engelhart has identified the victim as Joseph Canazaro, 48. Canazaro lived at the Swartley Road home with his girlfriend and two children. Canazaro is the co-owner of Finn McCool's Tavern in Ambler. Canazaro was born and raised in Lansdale, growing up on Franklin Street. He has owned many businesses in Pennsylvania, and beyond, in his lifetime. He was the co-owner of Finn McCool’s in Ambler, and still owned the property of the former Finn McCool’s on Penn Street in Hatfield, according to Montgomery County property records. Canazaro also owned the …