Namours is the name of a medical establishment in Wilmington. It was pretty hard finding anything that I can pass on with certainty.
They say Namours Office Building...but I imagine there is a complex...Baby clinic, cardiac clinic...each were mentioned.
They should release more information.
Reminder to self....They interviewed a cabbie...who IIRC, said he saw John more than once in different places. But haven't heard anything about the cabbie since.
Da Cabbie Doan No Nuttin
Once part of the DuPont Headquarters complex, the Nemours Building is connected with the DuPont Building by a tunnel under the street and by an upper-level bridge.
The DuPont Building covers an entire block and is designed in a modified Italian Renaissance style. Built in phases, the yellow-brick section at Tenth and Market Streets was completed in 1907.
The building also contains the Hotel DuPont, which opened in 1913 along with the Playhouse, one of Wilmington’s most important performance venues at the time.
Part of the DuPont Headquarters complex, the DuPont Building is connected with the Nemours Building by a tunnel under the street and by an upper-level bridge.
Authorities have also taken Athel Scott, a cab driver, in for questioning after finding his phone number on Wheeler’s cell phone.
Scott says he doesn’t know how his number got on Wheeler’s phone, but he says he does remember seeing him.
“I seen him one day by the Hotel du Pont and one day I seen him at the train station going inside that little store, that’s all I know,” Scott said.
Police are still trying to find out how Wheeler got around after returning to Wilmington on December 28th from Washington, D.C.
He somehow made it to New Castle and back again to Wilmington, while his car sat parked in the garage across the street from the train station.