10/28/2014 11:44 pm ET Updated Oct 28, 2014

Paul Kitterman, Man Who Went Missing From Denver Broncos Game, Found Safe


The man who went missing on Oct. 23 during the Denver Broncos-San Diego Chargers game has been located, police confirmed on Twitter Tuesday night.

Paul Kitterman, 53, was attending the game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High with his 20-year-old stepson, Jarod Tonneson, and two family friends, when he vanished. According to FOX31 Denver‎, Tonneson went to the restroom during halftime and when he returned minutes later, his stepfather was gone.

The mustachioed man was last seen wearing a dark colored hoody sweatshirt and a Bronco's ball cap. He was not carrying a cellphone or credit cards and had very little cash on him, NBC News reported.

Kitterman consumed four or five beers during the game, Tonneson told NBC News, but "he wouldn't just take off, you know?"

We were looking everywhere in parking lots, trees, bushes, anywhere we could think of,” Tonneson told FOX31.

After Kitterman's disappearance, local authorities distributed his picture and biographical information, and asked the public for assistance.

Kitterman was found, unharmed, in Pueblo, Colo., which is about two hours from his last known location. The reason for his disappearance and the circumstances of his recovery were not released; however, the police referred further questions to the family, The Denver Post reported.



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