Family searches for Broncos fan who mysteriously vanished during halftime

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DENVER (PIX11) – After a Denver Broncos fan with no known history of mental or substance problems mysteriously vanished during halftime, his family is doing everything they can to track him down.

Paul Kitterman’s stepson said he went to the bathroom during the 20-minute break between halves and was gone just for a few minutes — but, when he returned, his father wasn’t there.

Kitterman, 53, went to the Thursday matchup against the San Diego Chargers with his stepson and two friends of the family, according to KDVR.  He is from Kremmling, Colorado, which is two hours from the stadium and went missing without his cell phone, credit card or vehicle, according to the family.

“We were looking everywhere in parking lots, trees, bushes, anywhere we could think of,” Jarod Tonneson told reporters Sunday.

His family says Kitterman has no history of mental or substance problems, and are baffled about his whereabouts.  Since his disappearance they have been busy posting fliers with his picture around Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium.

Police say they don’t have any reason to suspect foul play.


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