G. Newman Lowrance/Associated Press
By SI Wire
October 27, 2014

People close to Paul Kitterman, a man from Kremmling, Co., say he is missing after he never came back to his seat following halftime of Thursday's Broncos-Chargers game at Sports Authority Field, according to a report from 9 News.

Kitterman, 53, was reportedly at the game with his son, Jarod, and a couple, who were sitting in a different part of the stadium. The group of four met at halftime, but Jarod said Paul did not return to his seat, according to the report.

Tia Bakke, who was at the game with her boyfriend, Paul and his son, said they searched the stadium and called authorities, local jails and hospitals after the game. Bakke also said Kitterman did not have a cell phone or credit cards but was carrying approximately $50 in cash. They also said he does not have a history of medical problems or drugs.

"He's absolutely nowhere to be found," Bakke said. "It's been the longest, [most] miserable three days of our lives."

- Chris Johnson

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