Michigan family of 4 disappear after dad calls 911 to say 'people want to erase me from the face of the Earth'

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By stefan armitage

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A family of four from western Michigan has disappeared after the father made a concerning 911 call stating: "People want to erase me from the face of the Earth".

As reported by CNN, Michigan authorities are searching for parents Anthony and Suzette Cirigliano, both 51, and their two sons Brandon, 19, and Noah, 15 after they "unexpectedly left their home" in Fremont on Sunday. Fremont Police Chief Tim Rodwell adds that both teenage sons have autism.

A Facebook post shared by the Fremont Police Department states that other family members are "very concerned" after the four were believed to have left their home in a silver 2005 Toyota Sienna mini-van with Michigan registration.

Other family members are now looking after Suzette’s mother, who was left in the home by herself. She was later found by a neighbor.

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Anthony and Suzette Cirigliano. Credit: Fremont Police/Facebook

"The family last had contact with them on Sunday, October 16, 2022. Since the last contact their phone has been turned off and they have not reached out to family or friends," the post adds.

Rodwell also told FOX17 that officers became concerned about Anthony Cirigliano's mental health after he made a 911 call in which he said that he needed protection in relation to "September 11".

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Sons Brandon and Noah. Credit: Credit: Fremont Police/Facebook

"People want to erase me from the face of the Earth," the father reportedly said on the call.

"My officers were concerned about everyone's welfare and spent about an hour talking to everybody and making sure they're okay, and whether or not Tony was going through some sort of mental issue that would be dangerous," Rodwell told FOX17.

In a subsequent update from the Fremont Police Department shared on Friday, the family was last spotted on Monday (October 17), at a gas station in Gulliver, Michigan.

"Surveillance video from the BP Gas Station in Gulliver, Michigan, shows, Anthony, Suzette, Brandon, and Noah in the station purchasing fuel and food," the statement read. The gas station is around five hours away from the family's home.

CNN reports that authorities in the state’s Upper Peninsula and east have been made aware of the family's disappearance.

Anybody with any information on the family's whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Fremont Police Department.

Featured image credit: Fremont Police/Facebook

Michigan family of 4 disappear after dad calls 911 to say 'people want to erase me from the face of the Earth'

vt-author-image

By stefan armitage

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A family of four from western Michigan has disappeared after the father made a concerning 911 call stating: "People want to erase me from the face of the Earth".

As reported by CNN, Michigan authorities are searching for parents Anthony and Suzette Cirigliano, both 51, and their two sons Brandon, 19, and Noah, 15 after they "unexpectedly left their home" in Fremont on Sunday. Fremont Police Chief Tim Rodwell adds that both teenage sons have autism.

A Facebook post shared by the Fremont Police Department states that other family members are "very concerned" after the four were believed to have left their home in a silver 2005 Toyota Sienna mini-van with Michigan registration.

Other family members are now looking after Suzette’s mother, who was left in the home by herself. She was later found by a neighbor.

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Anthony and Suzette Cirigliano. Credit: Fremont Police/Facebook

"The family last had contact with them on Sunday, October 16, 2022. Since the last contact their phone has been turned off and they have not reached out to family or friends," the post adds.

Rodwell also told FOX17 that officers became concerned about Anthony Cirigliano's mental health after he made a 911 call in which he said that he needed protection in relation to "September 11".

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Sons Brandon and Noah. Credit: Credit: Fremont Police/Facebook

"People want to erase me from the face of the Earth," the father reportedly said on the call.

"My officers were concerned about everyone's welfare and spent about an hour talking to everybody and making sure they're okay, and whether or not Tony was going through some sort of mental issue that would be dangerous," Rodwell told FOX17.

In a subsequent update from the Fremont Police Department shared on Friday, the family was last spotted on Monday (October 17), at a gas station in Gulliver, Michigan.

"Surveillance video from the BP Gas Station in Gulliver, Michigan, shows, Anthony, Suzette, Brandon, and Noah in the station purchasing fuel and food," the statement read. The gas station is around five hours away from the family's home.

CNN reports that authorities in the state’s Upper Peninsula and east have been made aware of the family's disappearance.

Anybody with any information on the family's whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Fremont Police Department.

Featured image credit: Fremont Police/Facebook