Published: Mon, March 19, 2018
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

CDC worker missing 2 weeks after going home sick in Georgia

CDC worker missing 2 weeks after going home sick in Georgia

Police issued a bulletin on Friday saying 35-year-old Timothy Jerrell Cunningham was last seen February 12.

Timothy's father Terrell Cunningham said that he also left his dog, Beau at home.

The Harvard-educated epidemiologist was promoted in July at the USA public health service in Atlanta, and contributed to responses following outbreaks of Zika, Ebola and health emergencies resulting from Hurricane Sandy. In recent days, Cunningham's parents came from Maryland to Atlanta to get answers.

When Cunningham didn't respond to text messages and phone calls his anxious parents drove from Maryland to his home in Atlanta where his cell phone, vehicle keys and wallet were found untouched, along with the beloved dog that he "never leaves unattended".

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Timothy Cunningham, 35, a CDC employee, has not been heard from since February 12, police said. "Your child is missing".

"The dad went on to add, "This is not normal".

Police, family, and friends have distributed flyers and searched the local area for Cunningham.

Any person with information about this case is advised to contact the Atlanta Police Department at 404-546-4235 or call 911.

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"My first mind is that something has happened especially considering the length of time he's been gone", he told the outlet.

'Not having his phone, leaving his dog Bo alone, he just wouldn't voluntarily check out like that'.

But Anterio isn't the only family member who has suspicions surrounding Timothy's disappearance.

Atlanta police said Saturday that they are asking for the public's help in finding the missing man.

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Their father, Terrell Cunningham, 60, said his son's supervisor told him that Commander Cunningham had reported for work but that he had left midday because he wasn't feeling well. They ended the conversation the way they always do: "Love you. We just want you back in our arms".

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