Investigators climbed into Dumpsters and inched over rooftops yesterday as the search intensified for a Brooklyn, N.Y., woman who vanished two weeks ago after arguing with her boyfriend.
Marion McCleneghan, 40, vanished at about 2 a.m. on Feb. 7 leaving a party at Richard Eric Sosa's home on 14th Street and Seventh Avenue in Park Slope.
Sources said that she was spotted twice since then — once in a deli and once outside her home.
Sosa yesterday insisted "I'm cooperating," but investigators have suggested he's been less than helpful.
Sosa told friends and relatives that McCleneghan was the last guest to leave.
"I think something bad happened, and I think it was in that house," said McCleneghan's mom, Barbara Sullivan. "The clothes she was wearing the night of that party weren't in her apartment. She never went home."