Man Still Missing from Broncos Game

Man Still Missing from Broncos Game

Man Still Missing from Broncos GameAccording to a report, Paul Kitterman is still missing following his disappearance from the Denver Broncos game where he was last seen.

The 53-year-old was seen leaving his seat at halftime during the game in which the Broncos played the San Diego Chargers. Kitterman has no known health or personal problems, and detectives don’t suspect foul play but they have declined to elaborate.

Kitterman was at the game with his son, a friend and her boyfriend. He did not have a cell phone or credit cards with him when he left his seat at halftime.

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