Fremont Family Missing: Family disappears after bizarre 911

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Fremont Family Missing

A four-person family that was last heard from on Sunday is missing, and police in West Michigan are searching for them.

North of Grand Rapids in Newaygo County is Fremont, the hometown of the Cirigliano family. On Wednesday night, the Fremont Police Department issued a missing persons report for the missing family.

The Cirigliano family’s missing relatives, Anthony (Tony), 51, Suzette, 51, Brandon, 19, and Noah, 15, are claimed to be the cause of “extremely serious concern,” according to the police. They were discovered to have abruptly departed their Fremont, Michigan, home and are thought to be travelling in a silver 2005 Toyota Sienna minivan with a Michigan licence plate, according to authorities.

According to the police, they last spoke to other family members on Sunday, October 16, 2022. They haven’t called family or friends since then and have shut off their phone.

On Sunday, Tony was acting in a “paranoid” manner, according to Michigan State Police.

Paul Cirigliano, Tony’s brother, told Local 4 that it was unusual for them to be out of touch.

The 911 call placed by Paul Cirigliano’s brother worried him.

Paul Cirigliano said, “We think he might be experiencing some sort of mental health issue, and maybe he’s terrified of something, but we definitely just want to let him know there’s nothing to be scared of, and he can come out to him, and we’ll help him.”

The Fremont Police Department is requesting anyone with information to contact them at 231-924-2400 or 911.

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