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Man Missing For 5 Days Found Dead In Movie Theater Bathroom

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – A Loveland man who was missing for 5 days was found dead in the bathroom of a movie theater.

George Degrazio, 66, disappeared on Jan. 9. His SUV was found 3 days later in the parking lot of the Cinemark movie theater on Timberline Road in Fort Collins.

After 2 days of searching the area he was finally discovered in a locked stall in the movie theater’s restroom.

The coroner says Degrazio had a heart attack but it is a mystery why his body wasn’t found sooner.


One Comment

  1. Steve B says:

    The coroner says Degrazio had a heart attack but it is a mystery why his body wasn’t found sooner. – Mystery? Can you say extreme negligence? How often do you clean the bathroom? You see a pair of feet under the stall and still lock up and leave for the night? What am I thinking? We now live in a society where noone needs to take responsibility. I feel very bad for the family of the deceased.

    1. anonymous says:

      They got it wrong. it was in a private family bathroom that deadbolts from the inside. not just a random stall.

  2. Amazed says:

    It doesnt change a thing being a private bathroom. The point is still “You have a locked bathroom….which would indicate that someone is inside, and you still lock up and go home…..for at least 4 nights in a row??” Sorry, but that is negligence.

  3. dismayed says:

    Is there no one in the theater with a sense of responsibility? When a bathroom door is locked from the inside for 4 days, someone should have questioned the situation.

    It is a sad commentary on our society, that we don’t question the “unusual situation.

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