In a case that is perplexing authorities, a Michigan family unexpectedly disappeared from their house over the weekend and has not been heard from since.
Chief Tim Rodwell of the Fremont Police Department told Fox News Digital, “We’re just really concerned.” “The situation is peculiar.”
Authorities think that Anthony and Suzette Cirigliano, both 51, and their two kids, Noah, 15, and Brandon, 19, vanished Sunday in a silver 2005 Toyota Sienna minivan.
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Anthony’s phone is off, and neither of the couple’s bank accounts nor credit cards have seen any movement. Phones belonging to Suzette and the boys were discovered there, according to authorities. According to Rodwell, numerous search warrants turned up nothing useful.
Suzette had been taking care of her elderly mother, who has dementia, while Anthony works in finance.
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The elderly mother was discovered on Monday strolling the streets of their community in Fremont, which is located approximately 45 miles north of Grand Rapids.
The Cirigliano family was not home, according to the police, and they appeared to have departed without planning for the care of Suzette’s mother, who is now staying with a different cousin.
The previous evening, when Anthony dialed 911 in a panic shortly after midnight, there were indications of trouble. Anthony was whining about a complex issue related to the September 11 attacks, according to Rodwell. He was exhibiting paranoia and some worries about the FBI and CIA, according to my officers.
Two police officers went to the family’s home and spent 45 minutes speaking with Anthony and Suzette to make sure they were both okay. However, Rodwell continued, officers found that nobody was in immediate danger.
He remarked, “They seem like extremely wonderful folks who were caring for their family.” Nobody has encountered any issues with these.