A family of four from Fremont, Michigan has been missing since Sunday, this passed weekend. The Michigan State Police have said that family members have not seen or heard from Anthony and Suzette Cirigliano, both 51, or from their two sons Brandon, 19, or Noah, 15, since early Sunday morning.
According to family members, this is very unusual and all of their cell phones have been turned off and bank accounts have been inactive. The family left an elderly relative with dementia whom they take care of full time, at home unattended, along with their pets as well.
According to the State Police, Anthony Cirigliano was exhibiting paranoid behavior on Sunday. Early in the morning, Cirigliano called 911 and when police arrived, he “was talking about issues or information that he had reguarding the September 11th attacks,” according to a report by NBC News.
The responding officers talked with Anthony Cirigliano for close to an hour and also talked with his wife Suzette. Officers made sure everyone was safe and told the Cirigliano’s that if they had any other issues, to call the police and they would be there to help. That was the last contact anyone had with the family.
Anthony is described as 5 ft 6, weighing 180 pounds with brown hair and no facial hair. Suzette Cirigliano is 5 ft 9, 120 pounds, with blond hair and glasses.
The Cirigliano’s are said to be driving a silver 2005 Toyota Sienna mini-van with the license plate DJL 1982. Police are asking anyone with information to call 911 or the Fremont police at 231-924-2400.
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