William Fitzgibbons: Missing Newtown Connecticut man FOUND

William Fitzgibbons

Update:  William has been found.  Read here.

This one is another one where the person seemed to vanish in thin air.

William Fitzgibbons ran to the Big Y Supermarket on Queen Street in Newton, Connecticut on March 21st, to get some cream for his elbow and he has not been seen since. He left his phone at home, but used the phone at the Big Y to call his wife, Jayne, and tell her he was having trouble with his car. When William wasn’t home by 9:30, Jayne called the police.

William was driving a white 1993 Grand Cherokee Laredo, with Connecticut license plate 709-EFK.
William owns a home-based consulting firm and worked as a day trader and he has been married to Jayne for 33 years.

William is white, bald, blue eyes, 6’1″, 185 pounds. He was swearing jeans, mock turtleneck shirt and a green sweater vest.

If you have seen him, or if you saw him on the day that he disappeared, please let the police know at 203-426-5841.

I have posted a pic of a Jeep that looks similar to what William was driving, so if you see one, check the plate. It may even be abandoned somewhere.

Be part of the MPofA crew and let’s help bring William home

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