Nov 27, 2021
Missing Canadian Aaron Tschritter Last Seen In Deep Ellum Came For Cowboys Game, Never Made It
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DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The family of a man who traveled from Canada to see the Cowboys play on Thanksgiving is extremely concerned after the 29-year-old father, Aaron Tschritter never made it to the game.
Aaron Tschritter (courtesy: handout via Facebook)READ MORE: Dallas Police Ask Public For Help Finding Deadly Hit-And-Run Suspects
Not only did Tschritter not attend the game, his family said no one has seen or heard from him since Nov.25 when he left the Vinty Club in Deep Ellum at 3 a.m.
Tschritter is 5’10” tall with short brown hair and hazel eyes. He has a birthmark on his forearm.
According to social media posts, calls to Tschritter’s phone go straight to voicemail. His family has checked credit card statements and called at least ten area hospitals in hopes of finding him.READ MORE: Euless Police Detective Killed By Intoxicated Driver In Lake Worth
What’s especially concerning, according to Tschritter’s loved ones is the fact that he hasn’t contacted any of them.
They said that’s “incredibly unlike him” and have therefore filed a missing persons report with the Dallas Police Department.
On Saturday, November 27, Tschritter’s wife, Melissa, posted an update on Facebook saying that her husband had passed away in a car accident, but neither police nor the medical examiner’s office were able to confirm whether or not Tschritter’s disappointed was connected to a car accident or if he had been pronounced deceased.
The Police Department confirmed a missing persons report is currently under investigation, but did not give further details.MORE NEWS: States Debate Whether Or Not To Drop 'Dehumanizing' Terms For Immigrants
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Police In Suffolk County Ask Public For Help Locating Two Missing Teens
Police have asked the public for help locating two missing Long Island teenagers.
The Riverhead Police Department is searching for 13-year-old Maria Mete and 14-year-old Jackeline Carballo.
Both girls left the Little Flower Children and Family Services campus in Wading River together and were seen getting into a dark-colored Subaru with Florida registration plates on Thursday, Jan. 27, authorities said.
The Subaru left the area in an unknown direction.
Police said Maria was recently located in the Glen Cove area after a runaway incident, and she's also known to spend time in the Farmingdale area.
Authorities did not have information about Jackeline's possible destination.
Maria is described as being 5-foot-1 and 140 pounds, with black and blonde hair. She was last seen wearing a long black jacket, blue jeans, and boots.
Jackeline is described as being 5-foot-3 and 198 pounds, with medium-length brown hair. She was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt, gray pants, and a lime green winter hat, police said.
Authorities asked anyone with information about their whereabouts to call the Riverhead Police Department at 631-727-4500.
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