Po­lice: CDC worker miss­ing since Feb. 12

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Po­lice said a Cen­ters for Dis­ease Con­trol and Pre­ven­tion re­searcher who’s been miss­ing for two weeks was dis­ap­pointed about be­ing passed over for a pro­mo­tion.

Lo­cal me­dia re­ported that At­lanta po­lice Ma­jor Michael O’Con­nor said Tues­day that 35-year-old Ti­mothy Cun­ning­ham told co-work­ers he was ex­pect­ing the pro­mo­tion. Cun­ning­ham is an epi­demi­ol­o­gist at the At­lanta-based CDC.

Po­lice said Cun­ning­ham re­ported to work Feb. 12 but told col­leagues he didn’t feel well and left early. Cun­ning­ham’s par­ents hadn’t heard from him and re­ported him miss­ing on Feb. 16 af­ter they went to his home and found his be­long­ings and ve­hi­cle there.

O’Con­nor said there’s no ev­i­dence of foul play but that it can’t be ruled out. There­fore a $10,000 re­ward has been of­fered if in­for­ma­tion leads to an ar­rest and in­dict­ment in the case.

Ti­mothy Cun­ning­ham

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