Four-person missing Michigan family discovered dead on Sunday in Wisconsin
According to a Fremont police report- The family of four went missing on Oct. 16 after the family last made contact with them that day. Their phones were turned off after that and police were unable to ping them.
Their home in Fremont, Michigan, was abruptly abandoned by Anthony, Suzette, and their boys Brandon and Noah. Both of the sons have autism, the police observed.
The family was spotted on October 17 in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, according to police. They were captured on surveillance footage at a BP gas station in Gulliver, Michigan, buying food and petrol.
The family has been located in Wisconsin, according to an update published by Fremont Police on Sunday. The disappearance’s circumstances were not confirmed by the police.
The Fremont Police Department would like to express its gratitude for your assistance in finding the Cirigliano Family.