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Dillon man goes missing

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Special to the Daily Kevin Brady, who works at the Dillon City Market, has been missing since April 19.

DILLON – When Dillon’s City Market seafood manager Kevin Brady left work at 3:30 p.m. April 19, managers expected him for his shift the following morning. He was scheduled for work at 7 a.m., but failed to show. Brady hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

Dillon police chief Joe Wray confirmed Brady is a Dillon resident who lives alone.

According to a missing person ad placed by concerned City Market staff, 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 for work on the 18th.

Brady reportedly returned to Summit County with a pearl-white Corvette from the 1970s with “T-tops” and Nevada license plates. The plate number isn’t known by the Dillon Police Department at this time.

“The man seems to have a history of disappearing from time to time,” Wray said, though the reason for Brady’s actions are unknown. “His family doesn’t seem overly concerned, and they are not the ones that are reporting him missing. … He’s done it before. This is not out of his character to disappear from work without checking in.”

Wray noted that Brady’s disappearance was reported by City Market has he’s “rated as a very good employee. They think it’s unusual for him to not check in or show up.”

Anyone with information regarding Brady’s whereabouts can contact the Dillon Police Department at (970) 262-3416.

Caitlin Row can be reached at (970) 668-4633 or at crow@summitdaily.com.

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