TIMETABLE: Everything we know about the missing Cirigliano family

Nearly a week since a West Michigan family of four went missing, the search continues.

FREMONT, Michigan — Nearly a week since a West Michigan family of four went missing, the search continues. There are still many questions surrounding the disappearance of the Cirigliano family, but new information continues to be uncovered.

13 ON HER SIDE has compiled a timeline of the family’s last known whereabouts and what we know of the ongoing search.

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TIMELINE

family reported Anthony Cirigliano had acted paranoid on Sunday. Suzette Cirigliano and Anthony Cirigliano are married and have two sons, Noah and Brandon.

At around 12:40 p.m., Cirigliano called Fremont headquarters and calmly asked for the police to be sent to his home. During the call, Cirigliano says he needs immediate police protection regarding information he had about 9/11.

He claims that the information he had is of vital national interest and expressed concern that people would want to see him “erased from the face of the earth”.

This was Cirigliano’s first and only call to the police before the family’s disappearance.

Despite Cirigliano’s claims, the Fremont officer mentioned in the phone call does not know Anthony Cirigliano.

Through inquiries into the Cirigliano home, Fremont Police Chief Tim Rodwell estimates the family likely left their home between 4pm and 8pm Monday

The family left behind their pets and one family member who requires full-time care. According to police, their cell phones were turned off.

Surveillance video from the BP gas station in Gulliver, Michigan, showed the family buying gas and snacks between 10:40 a.m. and 10:55 a.m. Monday. Police confirmed this information with a gas station employee on Friday morning and released images from the surveillance camera.

Fremont Police said one of the children tried to use a gas station phone to make a call, but it appeared to be unsuccessful.

Police say they may be in a silver 2005 Toyota Sienna with registration number DJL1982.

Tuesday, 18.10. – Wednesday, 19.10.2022:

Fremont Police believe the family stayed at Iron Mountain from Monday, October 17 through Wednesday, October 19.

Police have not confirmed which hotel or where the family is staying during their time there.

The Fremont Police Department made its first formal missing persons post on its Facebook page around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.

The Cirigliano family is deeply concerned for their missing family members Anthony, Suzette, Brandon and Noah. She…

Written by Fremont Police on Wednesday 19 October 2022

The Cirigliano family has not been seen since Wednesday. Although Fremont Police say dozens of leads have been received since they began their investigation.

Police released the following descriptions of the Ciriglianos:

  • Anthony John Cirigliano“Tony”, 51-year-old male, 5ft 6in, 180lbs, brown hair, no facial hair, clothing unfamiliar.
  • Suzette Lee Cirigliano51 year old female, 5ft 9in, 55kg, blonde hair, glasses, unfamiliar clothing.
  • Brandon Michael Cirigliano19 year old male, 5’8″, 120 lbs., brown hair, brown eyes.
  • Noah Alexander Cirigliano15 year old male, 5’6″, 120 lbs., brown hair, brown eyes.

Both Brandon and Noah have autism, authorities said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Fremont Police Department at 231-924-2400 or 911.

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Laura Coffey

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