Missing man from Dillon found ‘safe and sound’
summit daily news
Vail, CO Colorado
DILLON – Dillon’s City Market seafood manager Kevin Brady – who was missing for almost two weeks – recently made contact with his work and family members.
City Market assistant manager Tonja Kelm said the Dillon resident was found and “he is safe and sound.”
According to Dillon’s chief of police Joe Wray, Brady was “found in Denver, had contacted his family and is dealing with some issues.”
When Brady left work at 3:30 p.m. April 19, managers had expected him for his shift the following morning but he failed to show. Both City Market staff and his family expressed concern over his safety.
A missing person ad placed in the Daily by concerned City Market staff said Brady had just returned from a trip to Las Vegas to visit family and pick up his car – he flew there on April 15 and arrived in Summit County for work on the 18th.
Wray said Brady returned to Summit County with a pearl-white Corvette from the 1970s with “T-tops” and Nevada license plates.
After Brady’s disappearance, his father Michael Brady said the family was very concerned for his son’s safety, and hoped he was OK.
Kevin Brady couldn’t be reached for comment Monday.
Caitlin Row can be reached at (970) 668-4633 or at email@example.com.