Man Goes Missing At Broncos' Game On Thursday, Still Not Found

| by Jonathan Wolfe

Colorado resident Paul Kitterman, 53, has been missing since halftime of the Broncos – Chargers game last Thursday night. Kitterman, who was attending the game with his son and two friends, went missing around 8:00 p.m.

“We were looking everywhere in parking lots, trees, bushes, anywhere we could think of,” said Jarod Tonneson, Kitterman’s son.

Now, four days later, friends and police still have no clue where Kitterman is. He is described as a white male with brown hair, hazel eyes, and a moustache. He wore a dark Under Armour hoodie and an orange Broncos hat to the game. Friends say Kitterman only had about $50 on him at the time of his disappearance and did not have access to a car.

His family filed a missing persons report with the Denver Police Department shortly after his disappearance. At this time, police do not suspect foul play is involved. Anyone with information is urged to call the Denver Police Department at 720-913-2000.

Here is the Denver Police Department’s poster for Kitterman:

In this Oct. 2014 police missing person police flyer, made available by the Denver Police Department, Paul Kitterman, a fan who went missing from the Oct. 23, 2014 Broncos game, is pictured. Friends and family of Kitterman are asking the public for help finding him. They say the 53-year-old was last seen leaving his seat at halftime during the Denver-San Diego night game at Sports Authority Field. Kitterman was at the game with his son, friend Tia Bakke, and her boyfriend. (AP Photo/Denver Police Department)

Sources: JS Online, KDVR