Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Man who went missing from Broncos game found safe: Report

The man who went missing Oct. 23 during the Denver Broncos-San Diego Chargers game has been located and is safe, police confirmed on Twitter Tuesday night.

Denver police said that 53-year-old Paul Kitterman was found unharmed in Pueblo, Colo, after seemingly vanishing without a trace at halftime of the Thursday night game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium, reported the Denver Post.

After he was located, Kitterman told police that he just wanted to escape to some place warm, according to Fox Denver.

Pueblo is about 110 miles south of the stadium he wandered from.

Kitterman was attending his first Broncos game with his stepson, Jarod Tonneson, and two friends when he mysteriously disappeared — setting off a frantic search for him by family and friends for the past five days.

The missing man had no cellphone, credit cards and very little cash in his pocket after Tonneson claimed his stepdad wasn't in his seat after returning from the restroom. Tonneson publicly criticized investigators for allegedly not doing enough to locate the missing man.

Pueblo police received a call from Kremmling, Colo. police indicating Kitterman might be in their city.

Denver police didn't release details of his disappearance except that he was found outside a Kmart store. Authorities stressed there was no indication of foul play and that charges were unlikely.


  1. He should have called or told someone before every one was so upset. This is something you just don't do!

  2. Sounds like early onset Alzheimer's. If family reads this, get medical help!

  3. He got drunk and wanted to leave so he started hitch hiking home

  4. How much taxpayer's money was spent locating this doofus?

  5. yeah....something is not right with this guy ???