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Man Who Mysteriously Went Missing During Broncos Game Found — Here's What Police Are Saying


"All questions should be directed to the family."

Paul Kitterman has been missing since just before the third quarter of Thursday's Broncos game. (Image source: KUSA-TV)

The man who mysteriously went missing five days ago during a Broncos game has been found, police said Tuesday night.

According to the Denver Police Department, Paul Kitterman, 53, was located unharmed about 100 miles outside of Denver in Pueblo, Colorado.

Authorities said on Twitter that foul play is not suspected and encouraged reporters to direct future inquiries to the 53-year-old's family.

Earlier this week, Kitterman's family filed a police report after the 53-year-old vanished at halftime during Thursday’s Denver Broncos game at Sports Authority Field. When his son came back from the restroom, Kitterman was nowhere to be found, igniting controversy.

The Kitterman family could not be reached by TheBlaze Tuesday night.

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