The Colorado dad who was last seen with his stepson at a Denver Broncos game and then seemed to have vanished, has been located alive and well 110 miles away in Pueblo, Colorado.
It was the first professional football game for 53-year-old Paul Kitterman and his 21-year-old stepson Jarod Tonneson. Friends snagged a couple of extra tickets so they could go to the game.
They rode together to the game but the two tickets were in a different section.
During halftime, Tonneson and Kitterman walked to the men’s room. Kitterman waited outside. When Tonneson came out, his stepdad was gone!
Kitterman, who had no car and no cellphone with him, told police that he had walked from the stadium and hitchhiked from Denver to Pueblo located 112 miles away because he had had enough of football.
Fox Denver reports that Kitterman was found outside of a Kmart.
On Facebook, Paul Kitterman’s family thanked the public for their support and asked for privacy.
“The family is happy to report Paul has been found and they are now with him and he is safe,” the status update said.
According to police in Pueblo, the divorced construction worker had no idea his disappearance has made national headlines.
Kitterman is not married and lives alone in Kremmling, a couple hours from the stadium.