Matthew Fitch went for a walk and disappeared from Whidbey Island

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Matthew Fitch

Matthew Fitch, 45, has been missing since October 29, 2018 from Central Whidbey Island in Washington.   He was last seen by his wife, Consuelo, when he told her he was going to take a walk. He headed out the door and would have walked Arnold Road in the Rolling Hills Estates neighborhood of Oak Harbor .  When Matthew didn’t return, Consuelo texted him, but he did not respond.  Around 6 p.m., she drove around looking for him, but didn’t find him.  She reported him missing to the police and they began canvassing the area with search dogs and drones.  Matthew had a prepaid phone with him, but he didn’t answer and now the battery has likely died.  

When there is no leads where someone is, many times it is assumed they walked away from their life.  The Finding Matt Fitch page stated, “I don’t think he walked away. Loved his family too much and took nothing. No money, no car, no credit cards.”

Matthew Fitch

Matthew was suffering with pneumonia and the family wonders if the prescribed medication he was taking had a bad effect on him.

He was wearing a grey t-shirt, Carhart beige pants.

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If you see him, please call the police at 949-835-3013.

 

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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