DENVER -- Five days after a man vanished during the Broncos Thursday night game, investigators are now reviewing surveillance video from inside Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Paul Kitterman, a fifty-three year old from Kremmling, Colorado, vanished without a trace.
Kitterman was attending the game with his twenty year old 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.
Tia Bakke, who gave Kitterman and his stepson, Jarod Tonneson, their tickets to the game and rode with the pair on the two-hour drive from Kremmling, said this type of behavior is not customary of Kitterman. He was not intoxicated, and he had no mental health issues, she said.
On Monday, Denver Police confirmed a witness spotted Kitterman inside the stadium during the third quarter.
It's not clear where Kitterman went following the game and his family and friends have searched around the stadium since the game.
He did not have a cell phone and had only about $50 in cash and no credit card.
Investigators also told local and national media on Monday that they continue not to suspect any foul play in this case.
"Paul is the best guy you could ask for. They don't make them like Paul anymore," said Bakke, who met Kitterman through her boyfriend, who has known the missing man for a decade.
If Kitterman ever needed time to himself, he would take a horse ride and tell people where he was going, Bakke said. He's even gone camping to get away in the past -- but, again, he told his family and friends where he was going, she said.
Anyone with any information about Kitterman's location is asked to call Denver Police at 720-913-2000.
Earlier Tuesday, the department tweeted an alert saying officers were investigating a death near Sports Authority Field, but the male victim was not believed to be Kitterman.AlertMe