The last call William Fitzgibbons was known to have made to his wife came while he was at the Big Y Supermarket on Queen Street, police said.
He had left his cell phone at home so he was using the supermarket’s service phone, police said. Fitzgibbons told his wife, Jayne, at about 5 p.m., Monday, that he was having car problems and would be home late, police said.
The 56-year-old Fox Run Lane South man who works as a day trader then purchased some cream for his elbow at the supermarket and his family hasn’t heard from him since, police said.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee he was driving with Connecticut license plate of 709EFK is nowhere to be found, police said.
Police began searching for Fitzgibbons as of 9:30 p.m., Monday when his wife first reported him missing and there was no new information as of Wednesday afternoon, police said.
Fitzgibbons has no known medical conditions or other circumstances that would explain his disappearance or cause officials to believe he is in danger, police said. His family, however, is eager to locate him, officials said.
William Fitzgibbons is white, bald, has blue eyes, wears glasses, stands 6-feet, 1-inch and weighs about 185-pounds. He was last seen wearing jeans, mock turtleneck shirt and green sweater vest, police said.
Anyone with information about him is asked to call police at 203-426-5841.
Caylee Marie Anthony
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