Report: Missing Kremmling man found |

Report: Missing Kremmling man found

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The Denver Post reported Tuesday night that Paul Kitterman, 53, of Kremmling who disappeared Thursday, Oct. 23, while attending the Denver Broncos versus San Diego Chargers football game, has been found safe in Pueblo.

The story quoted Denver Police as saying that any further information would have to come from the family.

Kitterman was at the game with his son Jarod and two other friends when he left his seat at halftime and never returned, according to family and friends.

After the game was over, Kitterman’s three companions searched the stadium for him, contacted police and searched area jails and hospitals, to no avail. Kitterman’s friends and family continued to search for him while the story received coast-to-coast attention and garnered coverage by national media outlets.

This story will be updated when more information becomes available.

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