A missing Michigan family of four has been located in Wisconsin after vanishing for a week, reports MLive. Police in Fremont, Michigan, had raised concerns after Anthony Cirigliano called police before disappearing, claimed to have vital information related to the 9/11 attacks and was "exhibiting paranoid behaviors." He and wife Suzette, along with sons Brandon and Noah, then vanished, leaving behind an elderly family member with dementia as well as their pets, per UpNorthLive. On Sunday, police found the family in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
"All members were interviewed and determined to be safe," said Fremont police Chief Tim Rodwell. "They are still of the opinion that people are after them, but the elements of the investigation do not meet the criteria for protective custody." The elderly person left in Michigan is now being cared for by other family members. Rodwell says the investigation is now considered closed. The family was located about a nine-hour drive from Fremont. (Read more missing family stories.)