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Family seeks man who went missing after Broncos game

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Paul Kitterman

Paul Kitterman

DENVER -- The family of a 53-year-old Colorado man is posting fliers around Sports Authority Field at Mile High after reporting their father vanished at halftime of Thursday's Denver Broncos game.

Paul Kitterman, who lives in Kremmling, arrived at Thursday's game with his son and two family friends. During halftime, the missing man's son used the restroom and returned minutes later, unable to find his father.

"We were looking everywhere in parking lots, trees, bushes, anywhere we could think of," Jarod Tonneson said Sunday.

Since Thursday, Kitterman's family has filed a missing persons report with the Denver Police Department but investigators said Sunday they have no reason to suspect foul play.

Paul Kitterman is described as a white male with brown hair and hazel eyes, weighing about 190 pounds. At the game, he wore a dark-colored hoodie and a Broncos cap.

Anyone with information about Kitterman's whereabouts should call Denver Police at 720-913-2000.

11 comments

  • Da Squeeb

    Is the Ft. Collins authorities also looking for Mr. Kitterman? With some of the photos the Fox 31 story, Mr. Kitterman also has a loyalty for the Wyoming Cowboys, who played CSU yesterday at CSU.
    Here’s hoping that Mr. Kitterman is found and in as good of shape as possible — good luck, family!

  • BlueDove

    In these big stadiums sometimes the doors will automatically lock behind you, even in the stairwell. They need to check behind every single door and in every single room. He may be trapped somewhere in the stadium.

  • Arlene Porteus

    Try checking the Detox Centers as sometimes people are rounded up for there own safety and taken to Detox Centers

  • moez

    I was thinking the same thing as Paul. There are plenty of cameras at the stadium to watch a persons movement. They know the time he disappeared. They know the area he was in. If they can’t see him on the cameras then they have a huge security issue and it needs to be addressed right away.

    • Moe

      Their looking at the videos and the night he vanished the stadium called the detox, hospitals and jails for him. KDVR did a lousy job of reporting. the family was at the stadium till 1 am looking EVERWHERE for him, I hope they find him safe.

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