A missing Broncos fan has prompted an expansive search throughout Denver this week. The 53-year-old was reported missing in the middle of an NFL game he was at with several friends and his son. Sky News reveals this Tuesday, October 28, 2014, that detectives are working with city police officials to help locate the man, although the missing individual’s son fears for his father’s safety.
It seems an unlikely place to vanish, but a missing Broncos fan is said to have disappeared just last week while at the Denver arena. In the midst of attending an NFL game, his friends and family began to worry about him when he never returned to the stands following halftime. The vanished 53-year-old has been identified as Paul Kitterman, who has not been seen following this October’s Chargers versus Broncos game.
At this point at time, there is no evidence suggesting that foul play may be a part of this mysterious case. Nonetheless, Kitterman’s family has expressed fears for the 53-year-old’s health and safety. They noted that he was unused to the busy Denver area.
“We have detectives working on the case, but nothing so far indicates that foul play is involved,” confirmed a police spokesperson this week.
According to News Max earlier this morning, friends and loved ones of the missing Broncos fan are now turning to the public for help in finding the vanished husband and father. Kitterman’s family expressed to local media sources that they have already visited a number of nearby police departments and hospitals in the hopes of possibly finding their missing family member, but to no avail so far.
Last week’s big football showdown was Paul Kitterman’s very first live attendance at an NFL game. The missing man is described as an intense Broncos fan, however, and hails from Kremmling, a small mountain town a considerable 80 miles from Denver. Jarod Tonneson, Kitterman’s son, fears the worst for his father’s safety. He said that he has been wracking his brain wondering what happened to him.
As evidenced in Tonneson’s statement, he went to use the restroom during halftime at the NFL game. He said that his father was sitting in his seat and supposed to be waiting for him. By the time he returned, the 53-year-old was gone. Although a few friends had attended the sport event with Paul and Jarod, no one said they had seen him leave or be ushered away.
The intense search for the missing Broncos fan, as well as clues regarding the mystery surrounding his disappearance continues this week. Tonneson admitted that he believes his father was out of sorts in Denver, and not used to the hustle and bustle of city life, especially at a crowded football game. A missing persons report was filed for Kitterman this weekend, and photos of the man (which are featured via the above links) were posted on flyers throughout Denver. Hopefully, the son’s fears will be assuaged, and his father will be found soon.
“I can’t help but think something bad has happened,” Jarod said. [My dad] was out of his element here.”